The Ultimate Minecraft Zombie Villager Cure Guide

The Ultimate Minecraft Zombie Villager Cure Guide

Zombie villager is a separate subspecies of zombies. Their spawn rate is only 5 percent of normal zombies. They can be useful, as you can cure the zombie villager and start trading with him—this will be great in case your main character’s house is located far from the village.

Ordinary zombies and zombie villagers will be able to infect any ordinary villager, turning them into a zombie resident. These residents can also be cured and returned to their original state. With the help of our guide, you’ll learn how to cure a zombie villager in Minecraft.

Required Items

You’ll need the Splash Potion of Weakness. You must use the brewing stand, as well as the Fermented Spider Eye and 3 Basic Potions.

To make a potion explosive, you need to use gunpowder.

You’ll also need Golden Apple. This craft consists of the following items:

  • х8 Gold Ingots.
  • x1 Apple.

How to Cure a Zombie Villager in Minecraft

1. Find the zombie villager. The easiest way to do this is at night.

2. Barricade a zombie villager with blocks. Then, throw a splash potion of weakness at them.

3. Feed the creature a golden apple and wait for 2 to 5 minutes of playing time. Remember that you cannot keep a hostile creature above the sun, otherwise, it will die.

4. Over time, the zombie will turn into an ordinary villager. The process will be accompanied by a corresponding animation. The profession will be obtained randomly.

Please note that if a zombie infects a baby villager, a zombie villager will spawn. This zombie villager can also be cured; however, they will not grow fully and will not burn in sunlight.

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