There are many naturally-generating structures in Minecraft. Some of these structures are smaller, such as ruined portals or desert wells. Others, like abandoned mineshafts or woodland mansions, can offer a lot of loot but are full with dangerous mobs. Villages are however structures that can be used to ensure survival.
Villages are naturally-generated compounds that can be found in nearly every Overworld biome. There are many sources of food and resources, including wood, saplings, blocks and other items. Apart from loot, villages also have houses that contain beds. These houses are not only shelter from hostile mobs, but they also provide respawn points.
The five biomes that villages can generate naturally in are the plains (snowy plains), desert (savanna biomes), and the snowy plains (snowy plains). Each biome can affect the style of a village.
The biome in the middle of a village will determine the style of its structures. Villages are somewhat more common in Bedrock Edition. They can also spawn in two additional biomes: the snowy taiga and sunflower plains biomes.
Because of their trading abilities, villager are one of the most valuable mobs in the game. To trade with villager to get rare and useful loot or to earn experience points, players can also use them as a trading partner.
Each villager also has a loot box in their home that contains items based on the villager's profession. This chest can supply players with weapons, tools, and armor sets.
Caves and Cliffs Part 2 saw a shift to raids. Raids occur when a player enters an area with the "bad luck" status effect. Raids are not always profitable and can lead to the death of village residents. The village will be abandoned if the raider fails to defeat all the waves.
The new update makes illagers more passive to baby villager. The raid can only end if at least one baby villager is left. This makes raids easier and more efficient.
Villages are one of the most inviting structures that a Minecraft player will encounter during their adventures. Many villages can be used as a permanent home for the player, eliminating the need to construct a base. This is a great advantage in Minecraft's Survival mode.