Mitchel Ungaro asked, updated on November 15th, 2022; Topic:
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Name tags can now be bought from librarian villagers for 20-22 emeralds as their last tier trade. Naming a vindicator "Johnny" now makes it hostile to any mob, except other illagers. Name tags can now be found in woodland mansions. Name tags can now be found in buried treasure chests.
In Minecraft, a name tag is an item that you can not make with a crafting table or furnace. Instead, you need to find and gather this item in the game. Most commonly, a name tag can be found inside a chest in a dungeon or Nether Fortress.
Finally, what is the easiest way to get a name tag?
Next, how do you name a name tag?
Can you find name tags in shipwrecks?
Treasure chests In "Bedrock," the console-friendly version of Minecraft, Name Tags can also be found in a "buried treasure" chest with a similar rate of success. Buried treasure can be found with treasure maps, which themselves can be found in underwater shipwrecks.
Luck of the Sea II: 88%, 5% 7%, and Luck of the Sea III: 89.5%, 2.5% 8%. And if you have a rod with Lure, you should be able to catch fish every 20 seconds. Most commonly, a name tag can be found inside a chest in a dungeon or Nether Fortress.
In order to get 24 nametags, I would need to fish 1,800 items. Also according to the wiki, you will catch an item at a random interval of between 5 and 45 seconds. Using the max that works out to 45 x 1,800 = 81,000 seconds. Divide by 60 = 1,350 minutes.
Place the tag in the first slot of your anvil's menu, and select the box that says “Name Tag.” Then simply type in the new name you want to use for a villager, and take the Name Tag from the result slot. You'll need at least 5 experience levels to rename the tag.