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       Emerald is a rare mineral and has many uses in Minecraft. This gem is located underground. How to get emeralds, follow the following article of minecraft247.net now!

Main contents:

1. How to get emeralds.

1.1 Trade for emeralds with villagers

1.2 Find emeralds in chests inside randomly generated structures

1.3 Mining underground

1.4 Defeat Evokers and Vindicators

2. What can you do with emeralds?

2.1 Buy and sell emeralds for other items with the villagers

2.2 Generate an emerald block

2.3 Power the Beacon.

How to get emeralds in Minecraft

1. How to get emeralds

          Emeralds are rare and you won't often find them underground. While mining Emeralds is one of the best ways to find them, it is not the only way to obtain Emeralds. Here are the ways that you can get Emeralds in Minecraft.

1.1 Trade for emeralds with villagers

           You can trade the items required by the Villager for the Emerald. The items the Villager requires vary widely, however, some professions require common items and you can have a wide variety of tradable items depending on your collection. Villages are located inside the Plains, Desert, Taiga, Snowy Tundra, and Savanna biomes in the Minecraft world.

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1.2 Find emeralds in chests inside randomly generated structures

               Similar to other gems in Minecraft, randomly generated structures are an easy place to get Emeralds as chests sometimes contain them. You must open the chest for a chance to get an Emerald; however, it is very rare. Even so, you should keep an eye out for randomly generated structures while exploring the open world so you don't miss a structure that may have an Emerald or other rare items inside it.

Randomly generated structures containing Emeralds include:

  • Villages are a very common structure in Minecraft; you can locate Villages in the Plains, Desert, Taiga, Snowy Tundra and Savanna biomes.
  • The Last Cities can be found in the End Realm.
  • Desert temples populate desert biomes.
  • Forest Temples are inside the Forest Biome - trees in the Forest can hide Forest Temples behind them, so search carefully while in the Forest.
  • You can locate Shipwrecks in and near Ocean biomes, and they often spawn underwater. You can find Buried Treasures if you have the Buried Treasure map you can find maps inside structures like Shipwreck
  • The village is a very common structure in Minecraft; you can locate Villages in the Plains, Desert, Taiga, Snowy Tundra and Savanna biomes.
  • Final Cities can be found in the End Realm.
  • Desert temples inhabit desert biomes.
  • Forest Temples are inside a Forest Biome - trees in a Forest can hide Forest Temples behind them, so search carefully while in a Forest.
  • You can locate Shipwrecks in and near Ocean biomes, and they often spawn underwater. You can find Buried Treasures if you have a Buried Treasure map, you can find maps inside structures like the Shipwreck.
  • Underwater monuments are underwater structures in the ocean biome.
  • You can find Igloos in Snowy Slopes, Snowy Tundra and Snowy Taiga.

1.3 Mining underground

          The most notable way to get Emeralds in Minecraft is to mine them underground. You need to find the Emerald Ore, which is a stone-looking block with green gems inside. Emerald ores only appear in the Mountain biome, which makes it a lot more difficult to find Emeralds. However, Mountain Biomes are common in the Minecraft world, so there are many areas where you can find this ore.

Mining underground

The cave system is a useful place to look inside the Mountain biome as you can see ore on either side of the cave. When you mine an Emerald Ore block, you only get one Emerald. However, you can get up to four Emeralds if you mine the ore with a pickaxe with a charm.

 Remember, you only get an Emerald if you mine the ore with an Iron Pickaxe, Diamond or Netherite.

1.4 Defeat Evokers and Vindicators

          If you defeat Evokers and Vindicators both have a chance to get an Emerald as a reward. Both Evokers and Vindicators appear in raids. Vindicators use an ax to fight, and Evoker uses spells. None of these enemies are particularly powerful, but remember to bring weapons and armor when you decide to fight the enemies of a raid.

Defeat Evokers and Vindicators

2. What can you do with emeralds?

     Similar to other items and crafting materials in Minecraft, there are many ways you can use your Emeralds.

2.1 Buy and sell emeralds for other items with the villagers

                The primary use of the Emerald is to trade with the Villagers. When you interact with Villagers, they will show you a trading menu that you can use to trade items with them. However, this is not the only use for Emeralds, so only trade your Emeralds if you feel that the item you received is worth the exchange.

What can you do with emeralds

2.2 Generate an emerald block

      The emerald block is a unique item that you can get through crafting. You need nine emeralds to make one emerald block, which is expensive considering how rare the emeralds are in the Minecraft world.

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2.3 Power the Beacon.

          Of the things you can do with Emeralds, powering the Beacons is one of the most important. You can use Beacon to give you a unique effect, such as a jump or a speed boost. You can place Beacons in your settlement or house, and they even provide a beautiful stream of light that travels up into the sky, perfect for decoration. You don't need an Emerald to create a Beacon; however, you use emeralds to power the Beacon.

             
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