We can now identify the villagers by their name.
Villager Names 1.16.5, 1.15.2, 1.14.4, and 1.13.2 is a mod that focuses on generating real names for villagers. The mod has a database of more than 5,000 real names worldwide, which will be awarded to each of the villagers rendered in the game.
A villager’s name doesn’t appear above his head without looking directly at him. The only way to see a villager’s name is to point it at the mouse crosshair, that is, by looking directly at it. You can also see the name of a villager when you open its trading interface, as you can see in the following image.
Updated Villager Names to work with the new Collective update. The update attempts to inform players which download mods from illegitimate sources that it can be harmful to do so. If you are reading this on CurseForge and download your mods here, this won’t affect you. Thank you for downloading mods from CurseForge and supporting the mod developers.
That the villagers have a name can be very interesting to remember those villagers who have interesting exchanges because it will be enough to remember their name. This will prevent us from opening the inventories of all the villagers we have until we find the one that offered the exchange we were looking for.
Villager Names Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2 is a minimalistic configurable mod that gives all unnamed villagers a pre-defined name. This will name old and new spawns in the world. The mod contains a list of 5000+ names, one of which will be randomly chosen whenever an unnamed villager is detected. The profession of the villager is also visible on the trade screen.
The mod can also name modded villagers. Let me know if you’ve found a villager-like entity that’s not named so I can add it to the list.
Version 2.0 adds custom name lists:
When first loading the mod, it’ll create a file in your .minecraft folder in /config/villagernames/ called “customnames.txt”.
You can add as many names as you want to this list. Just make sure they’re separated by a comma (the new line is not necessary). Make sure that “_useCustomNames” in the config is enabled, and if you want disable the other pre-defined list of names the mod contains.
Because it’s difficult to determine the profession of a named villager:
The mod also adds the profession on the trade screen:
Which is the latest version of Minecraft Forge?
The latest version of Minecraft Forge is 1.16.5. The latest recommended version of Minecraft Forge is 1.15.2; Minecraft Forge (Modding API) is heavily installed at versions 1.15.2,1.12.2. Some mods require a specific version of Minecraft Forge. New version of Minecraft Forge 1.16.5 has less testing, and many mods do not support it.
How do you download Minecraft Forge?
First, head to Minecraft forge and download the program. You want to make sure that you download the version of Forge that corresponds to the version of Minecraft you have, Select the Minecraft Forge menu on the right side of this website.
Do you have to have Minecraft to use forge?
Yes, Make sure you have Minecraft installed.Minecraft Forge only works for Minecraft: Java Edition. Minecraft for PC, XBox One and PS4 cannot be modded.
Is modding Minecraft illegal?
No, modding Minecraft is not illegal.
How to install Villager Names Mod 1.16.5, 1.15.2, 1.14.4, and 1.13.2
- Make sure you have Minecraft Forge and Collective 1.16.1, Collective 1.16.2, Collective 1.16.3, Collective 1.16.4 o Collective 1.16.5
- Download Villager Names Mod from link(s) below/above
- On PC Windows, Go to the Start menu
Press Enter to Run %appdata%/.minecraft
- On macOS open finder, hold down ALT, and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Go to minecraft/mods folder
If the Mods folder does not exist, create one
- Paste the downloaded “Collective” file into the .minecraft/mods folder
- Paste the downloaded mod file into the .minecraft/mods folder
- Now we can enjoy the automatic opening of doors!
Minecraft Forge(Modding API) Installation Guide
5 steps to successfully install Forge Minecraft
1. Access and Download select Minecraft forge version, then download the installer.
2. Requires installing Java on a computer. Open the .jar file you just downloaded, make sure ‘Install Client’ is selected, and click the OK button.
3. Run Minecraft and select the Forge profile, then click Play.
4. Select the Minecraft Forge menu on the left and the Mods button below Multiplayer.
5. Successfully, you can enjoy the mod just installed.