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    Tetrajak avatar Tetrajak
    Level 75 : Legendary Modder
    This project will not be updated to 1.14.

    This data pack makes villager trading more efficient by allowing you to trade more items in a single trade. This includes all villager professions, and for both buying and selling, making trading with villagers quicker and a lot less painstaking. Additionally, all trades (except cartographer) start as unlocked.

    Several configurable options are provided to tailor trading to your playstyle, and you can turn the following on or off;
    • Librarians having a chance to have Mending Enchanted Books (on by default),
    • Weapon Smiths having a chance to sell a Trident instead of a Diamond Sword (off by default),
    • Clerics selling resources that can be mined (redstone, lapis, glowstone) (on by default),
    • Nitwits selling custom textured player heads (off by default).

    If you'd like to change any of the above, you can find the configuration file at "data\slime_b\functions\config.mcfunction" within the zip file of the data pack.

    Note that the custom heads in this data pack are different from those in my Chest Loot Upgrade data pack.

    Please note that this data pack is incompatible with any other data pack that changes villager trades (excepting Nitwits if you leave the config option for their trades off). Please also be aware that if you have any custom server shop villagers; you will need to tag them with a "bm.processed" scoreboard tag, or set their NoAI nbt tag to true, to avoid having their trades wiped after adding this data pack to your server.

    More information about data packs and how to use them can be found on the official Minecraft Wiki.
    CompatibilityMinecraft 1.13

    2 Update Logs

    Version 3 : by Tetrajak 12/14/2018 2:47:48 amDec 14th, 2018

    Bugs Fixed
    • Random function maxes out after several ingame weeks.

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