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Village & Pillage
Edition

Java Edition

Official name

Village & Pillage

Released versions
For the Bedrock Edition version of this guide, see Bedrock Edition guides/Village & Pillage.

This guide is a simplified overview of all the changes in the Village & Pillage update (Java Edition 1.14.x releases), which assumes at least some familiarity with Update Aquatic (Java Edition 1.13.x releases).

Mobs[]

New[]

Name Image Habitat Drops Note
Brown Mooshroom
Brown Mooshroom JE2.png
  • Red mooshrooms will turn into brown mooshrooms when struck by lightning.
  • Breeding two red mooshrooms has 11024 chance to spawn a brown baby variant, and vice versa.
  • Brown mooshrooms will give the player suspicious stew when fed a flower and milked with a bowl.
Cat Tuxedo Cat.pngSiamese Cat JE3.pngRed Cat.pngPersian Cat.pngRagdoll Cat.pngWhite Cat.pngJellie Cat.pngBlack Cat.pngTabby Cat.pngBritish Shorthair Cat.pngCalico Cat.png
  • Stray cats can be found wandering in villages.
  • A single stray black cat can be found inside witch huts.
Fox

Fox.pngSnow Fox.pngSitting Fox.pngSitting Snow Fox.pngSleeping Fox.pngSleeping Snow Fox.png Baby Fox.pngBaby Snow Fox.pngSitting Baby Fox.pngSitting Baby Snow Fox.pngSleeping Baby Fox.pngSleeping Baby Snow Fox.png

  • Foxes can spawn in taiga and snowy taiga biomes.
  • Foxes can also spawn in taiga villages in groups of 1–3.
  • Wolves and polar bears are aggressive towards foxes.
  • Baby foxes born by breeding two adult foxes will be loyal towards the player.
  • Foxes will eat any food-item, and can pick up any item in their mouth.
  • Foxes sleep during the day and are active at night.
Panda
Panda JE1 BE1.png
  • Pandas can spawn with either an aggressive, lazy, playful, weak or worried personality.
  • Pandas will eat bamboo, but can only be bred if there is at least eight bamboo blocks within five blocks of each panda.
  • Pandas will pickup and eat cake that is thrown to them.
  • Worried pandas will shake and cover their face during thunderstorms.
Pillager
Pillager JE2.png
  • Pillagers spawn as part of illager patrols, which consist of a maximum of five pillagers. Illager patrols can spawn in any biome except mushroom fields and its variants.
  • They can only spawn in below light level 8, only at night, like monsters. [verify]
  • Pillagers spawn around pillager outposts.
  • Pillagers spawn as part of raids.
  • Crossbow (0–1)
  • 5, plus 1–3 per equipment piece (when killed by a player or tamed wolf)
Ravager
Ravager JE1.png
  • Ravagers have a chance to spawn as part of raids.
  • The ravager will destroy leaves and all crops it comes in contact with, except for melon and pumpkin stems.
Trader Llama Creamy Trader Llama.pngWhite Trader Llama.pngBrown Trader Llama.pngGray Trader Llama.png
  • Trader llamas are hostile toward all zombie variants, and illagers. They will also become hostile toward mobs and players that attack the wandering trader they are leashed to.
Wandering Trader
Wandering Trader.png
  • Wandering traders spawn randomly in the world within a 48 block radius of the player.
  • Wandering traders randomly spawn in the world with two trader llamas.
  • Only one wandering trader will exist in the world at any given time, new wandering traders will not spawn until an existing wandering trader despawns.
  • At the night (or when light level is 7 and below) wandering traders drink potion of invisibility. When light level is above 7, they drink bucket of milk and cancel any effects they have.

Changed[]

Name Image Changed
Creeper
Creeper JE2 BE1.png
Evoker
Evoker.png
  • Evokers can now spawn as part of raids.
  • Evokers which spawn with an ominous banner on their head are known as raid captains. When a player kills a raid captain, the player will receive the Bad Omen effect.
Ocelots
Ocelot.png
  • Ocelots can no longer be tamed to get cats.
Phantom
Phantom JE2 BE1.png
  • Phantoms will no longer swoop to attack a player if a cat is nearby.
Villager

Desert Armorer.pngDesert Butcher.pngDesert Cartographer.pngDesert Cleric.pngDesert Farmer.pngDesert Fisherman.pngDesert Fletcher.pngDesert Leatherworker.pngDesert Librarian.pngDesert Nitwit.pngDesert Shepherd.pngDesert Mason.pngDesert Toolsmith.pngDesert Weaponsmith.pngJungle Armorer.pngJungle Butcher.pngJungle Cartographer.pngJungle Cleric.pngJungle Farmer.pngJungle Fisherman.pngJungle Fletcher.pngJungle Leatherworker.pngJungle Librarian.pngJungle Nitwit.pngJungle Shepherd.pngJungle Mason.pngJungle Toolsmith.pngJungle Weaponsmith.pngPlains Armorer.pngPlains Butcher.pngPlains Cartographer.pngPlains Cleric.pngPlains Farmer.pngPlains Fisherman.pngPlains Fletcher.pngPlains Leatherworker.pngPlains Librarian.pngPlains Nitwit.pngPlains Shepherd.pngPlains Mason.pngPlains Toolsmith.pngPlains Weaponsmith.pngSavanna Armorer.pngSavanna Butcher.pngSavanna Cartographer.pngSavanna Cleric.pngSavanna Farmer.pngSavanna Fisherman.pngSavanna Fletcher.pngSavanna Leatherworker.pngSavanna Librarian.pngSavanna Nitwit.pngSavanna Shepherd.pngSavanna Mason.pngSavanna Toolsmith.pngSavanna Weaponsmith.pngSnowy Armorer.pngSnowy Butcher.pngSnowy Cartographer.pngSnowy Cleric.pngSnowy Farmer.pngSnowy Fisherman.pngSnowy Fletcher.pngSnowy Leatherworker.pngSnowy Librarian.pngSnowy Nitwit.pngSnowy Shepherd.pngSnowy Mason.pngSnowy Toolsmith.pngSnowy Weaponsmith.pngSwamp Armorer.pngSwamp Butcher.pngSwamp Cartographer.pngSwamp Cleric.pngSwamp Farmer.pngSwamp Fisherman.pngSwamp Fletcher.pngSwamp Leatherworker.pngSwamp Librarian.pngSwamp Nitwit.pngSwamp Shepherd.pngSwamp Mason.pngSwamp Toolsmith.pngSwamp Weaponsmith.pngTaiga Armorer.pngTaiga Butcher.pngTaiga Cartographer.pngTaiga Cleric.pngTaiga Farmer.pngTaiga Fisherman.pngTaiga Fletcher.pngTaiga Leatherworker.pngTaiga Librarian.pngTaiga Nitwit.pngTaiga Shepherd.pngTaiga Mason.pngTaiga Toolsmith.pngTaiga Weaponsmith.png

  • Villagers now have biome specific skins.
    • Villager skins now reflect their unique profession.
    • Villagers can now change their profession at will. (according to which job site block is nearby)
      • Once a villager has leveled up, it cannot change their profession.
    • Villagers now have a new profession, the mason.
  • Villager trading has been overhauled.
    • Villagers now have levels and require experience to unlock the next tier of trades; level 1 is novice, level 2 is apprentice, level 3 is journeyman, level 4 is expert, and level 5 is master.
    • Villagers cannot restock trades instantly anymore, however, they can restock up to two times per day at their job site block.
    • They can now increase/decrease their trade prices.
    • Villagers will hold items in their hands to the player when the player holds an item which the villager has a trade offer for.
  • Villagers now will sleep in beds at night.
  • Villagers now have schedules. Their schedule includes working, gathering, as well as sleeping in beds at night.
  • Villagers now gossip at meeting points during their schedule. There are six types of gossip: major_negative, minor_negative, major_positive, minor_positive, trading, and golem, each gossip will have an effect on the village, such as spawning in an iron golem in the village center, or increasing/lowering trade prices for the player.
  • When bells are rung or when a raid is happening, villagers will retreat into their houses.
    • Villagers will ring bells during raids themselves to alert other villagers.
    • Villagers will sweat during raids.
    • When a raid is successfully cleared, villagers will celebrate by setting off firework rockets, and cheering.
  • When a player has the Hero of the Village effect applied, villagers will gift the player various different items, as well as decrease their trade prices.
Vindicator
Vindicator JE3.png
  • Vindicators now spawn as part of raids.
  • Vindicators which spawn with an ominous banner on their head are known as raid captains. When a player kills a raid captain, the player will receive the Bad Omen effect.
Witch
Witch.png
  • Witches can now spawn as part of a raid.
    • Witches will heal raid members during attacks with healing potions.

Blocks[]

New[]

Name Image Obtaining Tool Required Uses
Bamboo
Small Leaves Bamboo JE1 BE2.png

Sword

Cornflower
Cornflower JE1 BE1.png
  • Corn flowers can be found in plains biomes.
Any
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley JE1 BE1.png
  • Lily of the Valley can be found in forest biomes.
Any
Wither Rose
Wither Rose JE1 BE1.png
  • A wither rose will drop from mobs killed by a Wither.
Any
  • Wither Roses can be used to craft suspicious stew with the Wither effect.
  • Any mob standing on a Wither rose will be inflicted with one second of the Wither effect for as long as they continue to touch it.
Sweet Berry Bushes Sweet Berry Bush Age 0 JE1 BE1.pngSweet Berry Bush Age 1 JE1 BE1.pngSweet Berry Bush Age 2 JE1 BE1.pngSweet Berry Bush Age 3 JE1 BE1.png
  • Sweet berry bushes can be found naturally in all taiga variants.
  • Sweet berry bushes can be planted with sweet berries.
Any
  • Sweet berry bushes drop sweet berries by using or when broken, dropping 1-2 berries at age three, and 2-3 berries at age four.
  • Sweet berry bushes slow players while standing in them at age one, as well as deal damage to players while moving at age two and above. Standing still while in sweet berry bushes will deal no damage.
Barrel
Barrel (U) JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Any Planks +
Any wood Slab

  • Barrels can be found around and in fisher cottages in villages.
Axe
  • Barrels are a storage block similar to chests, with twenty-seven inventory spaces.
  • The main difference between barrels and chests is that barrels can be opened from any side, regardless of orientation or whether there's a solid block on top.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the fisherman profession when near a barrel that hasn't been taken by another.
Blast Furnace
Blast Furnace (S) JE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Iron Ingot +
Furnace +
Smooth Stone

  • Blast furnaces can be found naturally in villages.
Pickaxe
  • The blast furnace is used to smelt ores, as well as smeltable tools and armor. The blast furnace smelts items at twice the speed of a furnace.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the armorer profession when near a blast furnace that hasn't been taken by another.
Smoker
Smoker (S) JE2.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Any Log or
Any Stripped Log or
Any Wood or
Any Stripped Wood +
Furnace

Pickaxe
  • Smokers are used to cook food items twice as fast as a regular furnace.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the butcher profession when near a smoker that hasn't been taken by another.
Loom
Loom (S) JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
String +
Any Planks

Axe
  • Looms allow the player to apply patterns to banners.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the shepherd profession when near a loom that hasn't been taken by another.
Cartography Table
Cartography Table JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Paper +
Any Planks

  • Cartography tables can be found naturally in villages.
Axe
  • Cartography tables are used for cloning, expanding, and zooming out maps.
  • They can also be used to lock maps, by using glass panes, making them no longer able to update.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the cartographer profession when near a cartography table that hasn't been taken by another.
Fletching Table
Fletching Table JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Flint +
Any Planks

  • Fletching tables can generate naturally within villages.
Axe
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the fletcher profession when near a fletching table that hasn't been taken by another.
Smithing Table
Smithing Table JE2 BE2.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Iron Ingot +
Any Planks

  • Smithing tables generate naturally as part of plains village toolsmiths houses.
Axe
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the toolsmith profession when near a smithing table that hasn't been taken by another.
Composter

Composter JE1.pngComposter (level 7) JE1.pngComposter (level 8) JE1.png

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Any Wood Fence +
Any Planks

  • Composters can be found around farms in villages.
Axe
  • Composters can be used to turn certain items into bone meal.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the farmer profession when near a composter that hasn't been taken by another.
Lectern
Lectern JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Any wood Slab +
Bookshelf

  • Lecterns generate naturally as part of libraries in villages.
Axe
  • The lectern allows multiple players to read the same book at the same time.
  • Lecterns holding a book will also output a redstone pulse when a page is turned.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the librarian profession when near a lectern that hasn't been taken by another.
Grindstone
Grindstone JE2 BE2.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Stick +
Stone Slab +
Any Planks

  • A grindstone will generate naturally as part of the blacksmith structure in villages.
Pickaxe
  • The grindstone is used to repair items and tools by combining two items or tools of the same type together, this will remove all enchantments apart from curses.
  • A single item can be used in the grindstone to remove all enchantments from it apart from curses.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the weaponsmith profession when near a grindstone that hasn't been taken by another.
Stonecutter
Stonecutter JE2 BE1.gif
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Iron Ingot +
Stone

Stonecutter
Pickaxe
  • Stonecutters can be used to craft stone related blocks, such as walls, stairs, or slabs.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the mason profession when near a stonecutter that hasn't been taken by another.
Bell
Floor Bell (N) JE4.png
  • Bells generate naturally in village centers.
Pickaxe
  • Bells can be purchased from either apprentice-level armorer, toolsmith or weaponsmith villagers for 36 emeralds each.
  • Bells are also used to alert nearby villagers to return to their houses.
  • Bells will resonate and highlight nearby raiders during a raid.
  • Villagers will ring the bell during raids to alert other villagers.
Campfire Campfire JE2 BE2.gif
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Stick +
Coal or
Charcoal +
Any Log or
Any Stripped Log or
Any Wood or
Any Stripped Wood or
Any Stem or
Any Stripped Stem or
Any Hyphae or
Any Stripped Hyphae

Axe (drops charcoal)
  • Campfires emit a light level of 15.
  • Campfires can be unlit by waterlogging it and lit by a fire source.
  • Campfires can be used to cook food items.
  • Campfires damage mobs standing on top of them.
Lantern
Lantern JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Iron Nugget +
Torch

Pickaxe
  • Lanterns can be used as a light source, it can be placed on top of and below solid blocks, iron bars, and glass panes.
  • Lanterns emit a light level of 15.
  • Lanterns can be used as a decorative block.
Scaffolding
Standing Scaffolding.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Bamboo +
String
Any (when broken all connected scaffolding will break as well)
  • Scaffolding is designed to be used for building in survival.
  • Standing in scaffolding and jumping will allow the player to climb, while sneaking will allow the player to descend through the scaffolding. If there is no block below the scaffolding block the player is on the player will not descend through the block.
Signs for all wood types

Spruce Wall Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngBirch Wall Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngJungle Wall Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngAcacia Wall Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngDark Oak Wall Sign (S) JE2 BE2.png
Spruce Standing Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngBirch Standing Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngJungle Standing Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngAcacia Standing Sign (S) JE2 BE2.pngDark Oak Standing Sign (S) JE2 BE2.png

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Spruce Planks or
Birch Planks or
Jungle Planks or
Acacia Planks or
Dark Oak Planks +
Stick
Axe
  • All sign variants retain the same use as the original sign.
  • While the default text color is black, the color can be changed with dyes.
Stone Slab and Stairs
Stone Slab JE2 BE1.png

Stone Stairs (N) JE2 BE2.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Stone
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Stone
Pickaxe
  • Stone slabs and stone stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
Mossy Cobblestone Slab and Stairs
Mossy Cobblestone Slab JE2 BE2.png

Mossy Cobblestone Stairs (N) JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Mossy Cobblestone
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Mossy Cobblestone
Pickaxe
  • Mossy cobblestone slabs and mossy cobblestone stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
Stone Brick Wall
Stone Brick Wall JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Stone Bricks
Pickaxe
  • Stone brick walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Mossy Stone Brick Slab, Stairs and Wall
Mossy Stone Brick Slab JE2 BE2.png

Mossy Stone Brick Stairs (N) JE2 BE1.png

Mossy Stone Brick Wall JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Mossy Stone Bricks
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Mossy Stone Bricks
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Mossy Stone Bricks
Pickaxe
  • Mossy stone brick slabs and mossy stone brick stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
  • Mossy stone brick walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Andesite, Diorite and Granite
Slab, Stairs and Wall
Andesite Slab JE2 BE2.pngDiorite Slab JE3 BE2.pngGranite Slab JE1 BE1.png

Andesite Stairs (N) JE2 BE1.pngDiorite Stairs (N) JE3 BE2.pngGranite Stairs (N) JE1 BE1.png

Andesite Wall JE2 BE1.pngDiorite Wall JE3 BE1.pngGranite Wall JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Andesite or
Diorite or
Granite
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Andesite or
Diorite or
Granite
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Andesite or
Diorite or
Granite
Pickaxe
  • Andesite, Diorite and Granite slabs and stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
  • Andesite, Diorite and Granite walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Polished Andesite, Polished Diorite and Polished Granite
Slab and Stairs
Polished Andesite Slab JE2 BE2.pngPolished Diorite Slab JE2 BE2.pngPolished Granite Slab JE1 BE1.png

Polished Andesite Stairs (N) JE2 BE1.pngPolished Diorite Stairs (N) JE2 BE2.pngPolished Granite Stairs (N) JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Polished Andesite or
Polished Diorite or
Polished Granite
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Polished Andesite or
Polished Diorite or
Polished Granite
Pickaxe
  • Polished Andesite, Polished Diorite and Polished Granite slabs and stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
Sandstone and Red Sandstone Wall Sandstone Wall JE2 BE1.pngRed Sandstone Wall JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Sandstone or
Red Sandstone
Pickaxe
  • Sandstone and Red Sandstone walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Cut Sandstone and Cut Red Sandstone Slab Cut Sandstone Slab JE1 BE1.pngCut Red Sandstone Slab JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Cut Sandstone or
Cut Red Sandstone
Pickaxe
  • Cut Sandstone and Cut Red Sandstone slabs can be used as decorative blocks.
Smooth Sandstone and Smooth Red Sandstone Slab and Stairs Smooth Sandstone Slab JE3 BE2.pngSmooth Red Sandstone Slab JE3 BE2.png

Smooth Sandstone Stairs (N) JE4 BE2.pngSmooth Red Sandstone Stairs (N) JE3 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Smooth Sandstone or
Smooth Red Sandstone
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Smooth Sandstone or
Smooth Red Sandstone
Pickaxe
  • Smooth Sandstone and Smooth Red Sandstone stairs and slabs can be used as decorative blocks.
Brick Wall
Brick Wall JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Bricks
Pickaxe
  • Brick walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Prismarine Wall
Prismarine Wall JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Prismarine
Pickaxe
  • Prismarine walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Nether Brick Wall
Nether Brick Wall JE2 BE2.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Nether Bricks
Pickaxe
  • Nether brick walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Red Nether Brick Slab, Stairs and Wall
Red Nether Brick Slab JE2 BE2.png

Red Nether Brick Stairs (N) JE1 BE1.png

Red Nether Brick Wall JE2 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Red Nether Bricks
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Red Nether Bricks
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Red Nether Bricks
Pickaxe
  • Red nether brick slabs and stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
  • Red nether brick walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Smooth Quartz Slab and Stairs
Quartz Slab JE3 BE2.png

Quartz Stairs (N) JE3.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Smooth Quartz
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Smooth Quartz
Pickaxe
  • Smooth quartz slabs and smooth quartz stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
End Stone Brick Slab, Stairs and Wall
End Stone Brick Slab JE1 BE1.png

End Stone Brick Stairs (N) JE1 BE1.png

End Stone Brick Wall JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
End Stone Bricks
Ingredients Crafting recipe
End Stone Bricks
Ingredients Crafting recipe
End Stone Bricks
Pickaxe
  • End stone brick slabs and end stone brick stairs can be used as decorative blocks.
  • End stone brick walls can be used as a decorative block, as well as a barrier to keep mobs both inside a space, or outside one.
Jigsaw Block Jigsaw Block (S) JE3 BE2.png Jigsaw blocks cannot be broken in survival. [more information needed]

Changed[]

Name Image Changed
Brewing Stand
Brewing Stand.png
  • Brewing stands can now be found in village temples.
  • Unemployed villagers will take on the cleric profession when near a brewing stand that hasn't been taken by another.
Carpet

White Carpet.pngOrange Carpet.pngMagenta Carpet.pngLight Blue Carpet.pngYellow Carpet.pngLime Carpet.pngPink Carpet.pngGray Carpet.pngLight Gray Carpet.pngCyan Carpet.pngPurple Carpet.pngBlue Carpet.pngBrown Carpet.pngGreen Carpet.pngRed Carpet.pngBlack Carpet.png

Ingredients Crafting recipe
White Carpet +
Matching Dye
  • Can now be crafted by surrounding a dye with white carpet.
Chorus Flower Chorus Flower JE2 BE2.pngChorus Flower Dead JE2 BE2.png
  • Chorus flowers now break when shot with an arrow.
Dispenser
Dispenser (S) JE4.png
  • Dispensers with shears can now shear sheep standing in front of the dispenser.
All Leaves

Acacia Leaves JE2.pngBirch Leaves JE2.pngDark Oak Leaves JE2.pngJungle Leaves JE2.pngOak Leaves JE4.pngSpruce Leaves JE2.png

  • Leaves now have a chance of dropping sticks.
Nether Brick Fence
Nether Brick Fence JE3 BE4.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Nether Bricks +
Nether Brick
  • Previously the recipe used all nether bricks, this is now changed to take both nether brick and nether bricks to avoid conflict with the recipe for Nether Brick Walls.
Pressure Plates Stone Pressure Plate JE5 BE2.pngOak Pressure Plate JE5 BE2.pngBirch Pressure Plate JE3 BE2.pngSpruce Pressure Plate JE4 BE2.pngJungle Pressure Plate JE3 BE2.pngAcacia Pressure Plate JE3 BE2.pngDark Oak Pressure Plate JE3 BE2.png
Sign
Oak Wall Sign (S) JE2 BE2.png

Oak Standing Sign (S) JE2 BE2.png
  • Signs can now only be crafted with matching wood planks.
  • The color of text on signs can be changed with dye now.
  • All original signs have been changed to oak signs.
  • Signs now support editing anywhere on the sign, without having to backspace to the place where the edit is to be made.
  • Signs now have copy and paste support.
All Slabs and Stairs
  • Slabs and stairs now have directional opacity, meaning sides that are not completely solid will not block light.
Smooth Stone Slab
Smooth Stone Slab JE2 BE2.png
  • Name changed from stone slab to smooth stone slab.
  • Recipe now uses smooth stone instead of stone.
Torch
Torch JE6 BE2.png
Vines
Vines JE2 BE2.png
  • Vines can now be climbed without supporting blocks by holding jump.

Items[]

New[]

Name Image Obtaining Uses
Banner Pattern
Banner Pattern JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Paper + Chosen Design Item
Enchanted Golden Apple

  • Banner patterns can be used in a loom to apply the chosen pattern to that banner.
  • The globe banner pattern cannot be crafted, and is only obtainable from master-level cartographer villagers.
Black Dye
Black Dye JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Ink Sac or
Wither Rose


  • Black dye is used in place of ink sacs as dye in all recipes.
Blue Dye
Blue Dye JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Lapis Lazuli or
Cornflower


  • Blue dye is used in place of lapis lazuli as dye in all recipes.
Brown Dye
Brown Dye JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Cocoa Beans


  • Brown dye is used in place of cocoa beans as dye in all recipes.
White Dye
White Dye JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Bone Meal or
Lily of the Valley


  • White dye is used in place of bone meal as dye in all recipes.
Crossbow
Crossbow.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Stick +
Iron Ingot +
String +
Tripwire Hook

  • The crossbow is a ranged weapon that has a longer range, as well as being able to deal more damage than a bow.
  • Crossbows can fire fireworks, as well as arrows.
Leather Horse Armor Leather Horse Armor JE1 BE3.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Leather

  • Leather Horse Armor can be put on horses like other horse armor.
  • It can be dyed similar to leather armor.
Suspicious Stew
Suspicious Stew JE1 BE1.png
Ingredients Crafting recipe
Brown Mushroom +
Red Mushroom +
Bowl +
Any Flower


  • Suspicious stew gives a status effect to the player after eating it, the effect given depends on the flower used to craft it.
  • The effect is hidden after suspicious stew is crafted, making it impossible to tell ones with negative effect from ones with positive effects.
Sweet Berries
Sweet Berries JE1 BE1.png
Sweet berries can be harvested from sweet berry bushes. Additionally sweet berries can be found in taiga village house chests.
  • Sweet berries give 2 (🍗) hunger points when eaten.
  • Sweet berries can be used on grass blocks, dirt, podzol, coarse dirt, and farmland to plant a sweet berry bush sapling.
  • Used to breed foxes.

Spawn Egg
(Cat, Fox, Panda, Pillager, Ravager, Trader Llama, Wandering Trader)

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  • Can be obtained only via creative inventory.

Changed[]

Name Image Changed
Bone Meal
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  • Bone meal can now be used to craft white dye.
  • Bone meal can no longer be used as a dye, it can still be used as a fertilizer though.
  • Bone meal can now be obtained from a composter.
Cocoa Beans
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  • Cocoa beans are now used to craft brown dye.
  • Cocoa beans can no longer be used as a dye.
  • Name changed from cocoa beans to cocoa.
Ink Sac
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  • Ink sacs can now be used to craft black dye.
  • Ink sacs can no longer be used as a dye.
Lapis Lazuli
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  • Lapis lazuli can now be used to craft blue dye.
  • Lapis lazuli can no longer be used as a dye.
Green Dye
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  • Name changed from Cactus Green to Green Dye to remain consistent with other dyes.
Red Dye
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  • Name changed from Rose Red to Red Dye to remain consistent with other dyes.
Yellow Dye
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  • Name changed from Dandelion Yellow to Yellow Dye to remain consistent with other dyes.
Book and Quill
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  • While writing you can now edit any part of the page.
  • The maximum number of pages has been raised to one hundred.

Biomes[]

New[]

Name Image Description Structures
Bamboo Jungle
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Bamboo Jungles generate in large patches within regular jungles. Trees are much less dense in this variant than in the main jungle, comparable to the jungle edge, but boasts countless amounts of bamboo across its landscape. Podzol generates on the jungle floor in this biome. It is home to all jungle mobs, including pandas, which are exclusive to this biome.
Bamboo Jungle Hills
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The bamboo jungle hills biome is similar to the bamboo jungle, though with steeper terrain just like the regular jungle hills variant. Large amounts of bamboo cover the landscape, and patches of podzol replace grass blocks.
  • Jungle pyramids.

Events[]

New[]

Name Trigger Description
Raid A raid is triggered when a player with the Bad Omen effect enters a village.

During a raid a combination of pillagers, vindicators, evokers, witches, and ravagers, the combination being dependant on the level of the bad omen effect, will spawn around a village. A boss bar at the top of the screen will show the number of raid enemies still alive within the village.

Effects[]

New[]

Name Image Causes Description
Bad Omen
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The Bad Omen effect is given to the player when they kill the leader of an illager patrol or raid captain.
  • If the player enters a village while having the Bad Omen effect a raid will be triggered.
Hero of the Village
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The Hero of the Village effect is given to the player after they have successfully defended the village from a raid.
  • If the player kills all of the illagers during the raid, the player will receive the Hero of the Village effect. This effect lasts for 2 in-game days.

Enchantments[]

New[]

Enchantment Max Level Applicable Items Notes
Multishot I
  • Fires three arrows while only consuming one. If an arrow hits, the other two vanish.
Piercing IV
  • Allows arrows to pass through as many entities as the enchantment level.
Quick Charge III
  • Speeds up the charging of the crossbow.

Structures[]

New[]

Name Image Generates Chests Mobs Description
Pillager outpost
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Pillager outposts can generate in any biome a village can generate in.
  • The structure contains one chest at the very top.
The pillager outpost can have a combination of smaller structures surrounding it, these structures include a cage, targets, logs, and a tent.
Snowy Villages
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Snowy villages can generate in snowy tundra biomes.
  • Many different buildings can contain chests which will have various loot based on the snowy tundra.
The snowy village is a variant of the village, designed specifically for snowy tundra biomes. It is the only place where lanterns can naturally generate. The structures are made up of various spruce wood and stripped logs. Some buildings resemble igloos and are constructed from either snow, ice or blue ice.
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