If you’re playing Minecraft, you might be wondering what happens when you kill a villager. Well, there are a few different outcomes that can occur, and we’ve got all the details for you right here.
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You get a reputation for being a killer.
In Minecraft, when you kill a villager, you get the reputation for being a killer. If you’re not careful, you can quickly become known as the village murderer and no one will want to trade with you. To keep your reputation clean, make sure to only kill villagers when absolutely necessary.
The village will be abandoned and all the villagers will move away.
When a village notices that one of their villagers has been killed, they will immediately raise the alarm and start looking for the attacker. If they can’t find the attacker, they will assume that it was a undead mob and will start attacking any nearby zombies. If the village has a iron golem, it will also start attacking any nearby mobs. If the village can’t find any zombies or if there are no zombies around, the village will become abandoned and all the villagers will move away.
You won’t be able to trade with the villagers anymore.
If you kill a villager in Minecraft, you won’t be able to trade with the villagers anymore. The reason for this is that the villagers think that you are a murderer and they don’t want to have anything to do with you.
The villagers will stop spawning in that village.
In Minecraft, when you kill a villager, two things will happen. The first is that the villagers will stop spawning in that village. The second is that all of the chests in the village will be filled with random loot.