Minecraft Guide to Pillagers: Raids, outposts, defenses and more (2022)

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Villages already had enough to worry about. Zombies, mostly. But also lightning storms, their own stupidity, maybe the odd homicidal player. After the massive the number of threats has increased by a big giant one. Pillagers are members of the illager category of mobs in Minecraft and scour the world looking for villages to raid. Armed with crossbows and a particularly mean outlook on life, they're a unique force of destruction for you to contend with. Here's everything you need to know about them.

What are the pillagers?

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A pillager is a form of illager, meaning a mob that has the appearance of a villager but is typically hostile in nature and has different behaviors. The pillager joins the vindicator and the evoker (both of which are more common in woodland mansions) as the only illagers currently in the game naturally.

The difference between pillagers and other illagers is that pillagers are quite common in Minecraft, and can be a regular threat to both the player and to any nearby villages. You can spot them by their grey skin, leather gear, and menacing scowls. They also come equipped with crossbows, a slower and more powerful version of an ordinary bow, that can strike you from up to 8 blocks away.

Found in pillager outposts, out on patrol at night, and during the hectic and violent raids against villages, players can run into pillagers quite often. They're almost always aggressive and are particularly hateful towards villagers. Definitely keep an eye out for these grouchy hostile mobs.

What do pillagers do?

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Pillagers will use their crossbows to indiscriminately attack any and all nearby players, villagers, iron golems, and wandering traders, even going so far as to following them for a distance if they run. And they also come in groups, making them even more dangerous. There are three different ways you might run into some nasty pillagers.

Patrols

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These parties have up to 5 pillagers within them, and can even spawn with a vindicator or two on higher difficulties. Vindicators are another illager-type mob that wields an iron axe in their hands, chasing down any opponents. They spawn randomly at night and aren't dependent on nearby villages or outposts like other encounters with pillagers. This means you can run into these patrols pretty much anywhere.

The only way to deal with a patrol is to either fight or run. Because of their ranged capabilities and group tactics, both options can be annoying if you're not prepared properly. Beware, some patrols will also come with a pillager captain, which I detail below.

Outposts

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Outposts are pillager-specific structures that typically spawn just out of eyesight of a village, but never in or immediately around them. These outposts are towers constructed primarily of dark oak and cobblestone, giving them an ominous appearance. Pillagers can spawn in a radius around these outposts and will attack any threat that comes within their perimeter.

Other structures may generate around a pillager outpost, including dark oak cages that sometimes contain captive iron golems. Free these iron golems, and they will aid you in taking down the pillager outpost. Or you can avoid these outposts if you want, and nothing will really come of it. However, outposts can contain chests with valuable loot in them, including:

  • Wheat
  • Carrot
  • Potato
  • Dark oak log
  • String
  • Arrow
  • Tripwire hook
  • Iron ingot
  • Crossbow
  • Bottle o' enchanting
  • Enchanted book

If you choose to conquer an outpost, a methodical approach is preferred. Don't get caught in a battle outside where multiple pillagers can corner you with their crossbows. Rather, focus on getting inside, where close quarters render crossbows ineffective.

All outposts will also have a pillager captain, and sometimes as many as 3, which is a unique pillager variant that carries a dark grey banner on its back. If you successfully defeat the pillager captain, two things will happen: the pillager captain will drop the grey banner that you can use as a decoration; you will receive the Bad Omen effect, which is a negative effect that comes into play whenever you enter a village.

Which brings us to the final way to encounter pillagers.

Raids

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Raids are certainly the headline feature of the Village & Pillage update. These are miniature boss battles in which you have to defend a village from wave after wave of encroaching pillagers. These pillagers are numerous, and intent on wiping out the entire village. More than that, a new hostile mob called a ravager joins the fray to wreak havoc.

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Before I tackle the nitty-gritty of the raids and how you can avoid watching your entire pillage perish, let's cover how these raids occur. It's not just an unlucky coincidence that incites a raid whenever you happen to enter your favorite village. Raids are activated whenever the player enters a village's border afflicted with the Bad Omen effect. This negative effect doesn't hurt you or otherwise affect your abilities, but can be detrimental to a village's health if you're not careful.

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How do you get the Bad Omen effect? Simple: defeat a pillager captain in combat. Once the pillager captain falls, you receive the Bad Omen effect for 60 minutes, during which any village is in danger if you approach it. What's more, the Bad Omen effect can stack up to 6 times with each successive pillager captain you defeat, with each level increasing the difficulty by giving more enemies enchanted weapons for their village assault.

You might be asking yourself why anyone would ever desire to summon a raid on a hapless village, but these raids are invincible armies of god-like creatures. If you're adequately prepared and have dutifully defended (pardon the alliterations) your humble village, raids can not only lead to a hefty bounty of experience points and other loot from the pillagers but also decrease trade prices in the village. That's right! If you ward off a raid from a village, you're rewarded by seeing reduced prices for a limited time in a village. This positive effect is called Hero of the Village, and for some will be the biggest motivation for taking on the raids.

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Depending on your difficulty level, raids will either have 3, 5, or 7 waves with varying numbers of enemies. Raids also introduce other enemies besides the tarditional pillager and the odd vindicator. Most of the illager mobs can be found in a raid, in addition to a new kind of mob exclusive to raids that packs a mighty punch. The mobs that can be found in a raid include:

  • Pillagers. The go-to rank-and-file soldier found in raids. Crossbow-wielding maniacs.
  • Vindicators. A more uncommon member of the pillager ranks. Equipped with oddly dull iron axes that require extra effort to compensate.
  • Witches. A nasty mob that throws a variety of potions and poisons at their enemies.
  • Evokers. One of the rarest hostile mobs in the game, and another member of the illager class. Casts spells and summons hostile mobs called vexes.
  • Ravagers. Huge bull-like hostile mobs that attack by ramming into its enemies at high speeds and dealing huge amounts of damage. Has large amounts of health. Can be ridden by other illager mobs.
  • Captains. Each wave of the raid will have a raid captain. These captains carry the same banners that pillager captains do. Pillagers, vindicators, and evokers can all be captains. If a captain dies, other illagers can take on the mantle by picking up the banner.

The only way to defeat a raid is to successfully destroy all oncoming enemies, or fail to protect the village. Starting a raid warrants preparation, like defenses to prevent the village from being overrun. To finish a raid, you either have to wait it out (which can take more than an hour of in-game time) or kill every hostile.

How to defend from pillagers

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Now that we've covered everything you need to know about pillagers, it might be essential to understand how not to die when facing them. Not only that, but raids are a serious threat to even the largest village if you're not able to stop them in time. Luckily, there are a few ways to make this a lot easier.

Create a perimeter

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The first step is to make some kind of perimeter around your village. This could be a wall that's at least two blocks high, a trench that's at least three blocks deep, some kind of moat, or really anything that prevents unwanted parties from accessing the village proper. It's important to remember that creating a defensive perimeter around your village is more about control rather than actually dealing with the raid. Pillagers are still able to open doors just like villagers, and unless you're planning on waiting them out, they don't just give up willy nilly.

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If you control where pillagers will be, it's a lot easier to deal with them when and how you want to. No perimeter means pillagers are free to rampage and destroy as they please, and it's nearly impossible for a single person to mitigate all the ensuing chaos. Remember where your entry points are, and plan accordingly.

Iron golems are great

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Another way to assist in a raid is by having your own private army. Iron golems are sworn to defend villages, and pillagers are their mortal enemies. Iron golems will immediately attack any pillager in their sight and are a great distraction as well. Their large amounts of health and high attack power mean they're very effective at crowd control and are even able to go toe-to-toe with the brutal ravager.

Placing iron golems near any entry points through your perimeter means any pillagers that do find their way through immediately have to deal with what is essentially an angry metal bear. Anything that will draw the pillagers away from your villagers is a plus, and the iron golems aren't slackers. They'll do their part to shrink the raid forces.

You're kind of overpowered

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Last but not least, you are the most crucial piece during a raid. Adequately prepared, the player is the most powerful force in the game, so it's ultimately up to you to knock heads around and take out as many pillagers as you can. I recommend full iron armor or better, an iron sword or better (a trident works too), a bow or crossbow, plenty of arrows and food, golden apples if possible, and of course to enchant as much gear as you can.

Stay smart, use your chokepoints and ranged weapons to your advantage, and be wary of the devastating attacks dished out by ravagers. On harder difficulties, a raid can get hectic. Still, if you're aided by some kind of perimeter and iron golems, you shouldn't have any issues conquering your enemies and emerging victorious as the Hero of the Village.

Running for the hills

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Villagers apparently weren't in enough danger, so Mojang decided to shake things up and add another significant mechanic revolving around Minecraft's scattered communities. Pillagers are a hassle, but they're an excellent way to profit even more from trading, as well as racking up the experience points. You get good at it; you can also build up a collection of gently used crossbows and some decorative banners.

Have you run into the pillagers before? How do you protect your villages from them? Sound off in the comments below!

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FAQs

How do you defend against a Pillager raid? ›

You may need to use hit-and-run tactics against the ravager, as it can resist knockback. Alternatively, get to high ground and pelt it with arrows. Using a lava bucket on the ravager might also work, just try to lure it into an open area so you don't burn any houses down. Kill the pillagers as per normal.

How do you keep villagers safe from pillagers? ›

The first step is to make some kind of perimeter around your village. This could be a wall that's at least two blocks high, a trench that's at least three blocks deep, some kind of moat, or really anything that prevents unwanted parties from accessing the village proper.

Is there a way to stop pillagers from spawning at Outpost? ›

Make sure you pacify the outpost first. To do this, you need to remove all grass/sand blocks in the area, and light the place up to prevent pillager spawns.

What are pillagers afraid of in Minecraft? ›

Family.

Can pillagers open iron doors? ›

Can Pillagers Open Iron Doors in Minecraft? Pillagers can destroy wooden doors. They won't actively seek to do it unless when trying to reach targeted players during raids. However, they can't activate iron doors that work on Redstone power mechanisms such as buttons and circuits.

Will a raid end on its own? ›

Aside from losing or having the raid expire, the only way for a raid to end is to defeat it. It should be a player's moral duty to attempt to save the helpless villagers from a horrific death, especially since it's their fault it started in the first place.

Do fences stop pillagers? ›

On a serious note, yes and no. While pillagers cannot jump a cobblestone fences, they will still shoot at villagers if they can see them.

Do pillagers drop emeralds? ›

Pillagers no longer drop emeralds.

Can pillagers see villagers through glass? ›

Description. Pillagers cannot see players through glass.

What blocks can pillagers not spawn on? ›

Pillagers continually spawn in a 72×54×72 block volume centered on the top floor. They may spawn on any valid opaque block as long as the sky light level is 11 or lower, and the block light level is 8 or lower, but can also spawn on grass blocks or sand regardless of sky light level.

Can you make a Pillager outpost your home? ›

The new pillager outpost is an amazing build and I already have so many ideas on what can be done with them, and I think they could make really cool property in a survival server. However, you can't really make it your home as it is right now, or even just a safe base of yours, as pillagers constantly spawn there.

How do you beat Pillager outpost? ›

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What are the GREY villagers in Minecraft? ›

Minecraft has evil villager mobs now, called Pillagers. They look just like villagers, but they're grey. They live at outposts or randomly spawn during the day wandering in packs. They have crossbows, and will attack both you and villagers.

Why do pillagers keep iron golems? ›

Iron Golems are the stalwart protectors of villagers in Minecraft. They will fiercely protect villagers from anyone who would seek to do them harm. These colossal mobs can deal significant amounts of damage and can withstand taking a bunch of damage as well.

How many hearts does a Pillager have? ›

Health Points

for health. This gives a pillager 24 health points (because 1 heart = 2 health points). To kill a pillager, you need to inflict 24 points of damage to the pillager.

How do you tame a Pillager? ›

To tame the pillager, you need to break its crossbow. Since a crossbow has a durability of 326, you need the pillager to use its crossbow 326 times to break it! So add 5 shields to your hotbar (we added 6, just in case) and possibly some food.

What do I do with Illager banner? ›

An Ominous or Illager Banner is just a reward and it has limited use. The only thing that you can do with it, other than just place it as it is, is to place it on a Shield. Note that you can't make custom Shields on the Bedrock edition. Then you will just need to put both the Shield and the Banner in a Crafting Table.

Do pillagers steal your stuff? ›

Pillagers looting chests during raids (Normal+)

During a raid Pillagers will try to loot chests or any other storage items like barrels and shulker boxes. This would be a feature that would occur on normal difficulty and higher. You would be able to kill the Pillager for any items they looted.

What to do if you can't find the last Pillager? ›

Every Minecraft Village has a bell, it's usually located at the centre of a village. If you can't find Pillagers, stand near the bell and ring it.

Can Ravagers break blocks? ›

Ravagers will also break certain blocks when moving through them, such as leaves and crops. They will also drop a Saddle upon death, which can be extremely useful to some players.

What is a bad omen in Minecraft? ›

Bad Omen is a status effect that causes a raid to appear when an afflicted player enters a village. This does not apply to any other mob with the effect if the mob is in a village.

Why do pillagers keep spawning near me? ›

They're meant to spawn randomly so you can get village bonuses and start raids. Light level means nothing in this scenario as they are an overworld mob. All they do naturally is come out and attack at random points, just like Wandering Traders spawn randomly.

What can pillagers destroy? ›

They have the ability to destroy crops and leaves, which they can be seen doing during village raids when they trample the village crops.

How many arrows do pillagers have? ›

Pillagers can break their crossbow unlike other mobs. 2. When pillager shoot 250 arrows the durability will reach to zero it will break.

Can pillagers swim? ›

Becouse pillagers can't swim, they get stuck in rivers.

They were on an open spot where it was pretty easy to get out.

Do placing ominous banners attract pillagers? ›

If an Ominous Banner is dropped as an item on the ground, there is the tendency that it will attract a nearby Pillager patrol. When the patrol does find the banner, they will try to pick it up and carry it as their banner. So hanging this banner could attract nearby Pillagers to your location.

Why were rubies removed from Minecraft? ›

Rubies were originally planned to be added as part of Minecraft Java Edition 1.3 as a currency for trading with villagers, but were abandoned at the last minute in favor of emeralds due to the developer "Dinnerbone" being red-green colorblind and therefore having a hard time spotting the difference between redstone ore ...

Are pillagers undead? ›

No, they may look like ghosts, but are not considered undead by Minecraft.

How do you get a Pillager captain to spawn? ›

In Bedrock Edition, a pillager raid captain can be spawned using the /summon pillager ~ ~ ~ minecraft:spawn_as_illager_captain command, and a vindicator raid captain can be spawned using /summon vindicator ~ ~ ~ minecraft:spawn_as_illager_captain command.

Can skeletons break glass? ›

Skeletons and pillagers can break through glass windows. 4-5 arrows for glass blocks, maybe 2-3 for panes.

How far can pillagers see you? ›

They are found patrolling the world in groups, raids and in pillager outposts. They will see and pursue villagers from up to 100 blocks away. They will spawn in patrols.

How tall is a Ravager? ›

Ravager
Health points100 × 50
Hitbox sizeIn Java Edition‌ [upcoming: BE 1.19.40]: Height: 2.2 Blocks Width: 1.95 Blocks In Bedrock Edition‌ [until BE 1.19.40]: Height: 1.9 Blocks Width: 1.2 Blocks
Speed0.4
Knockback resistance0.75
SpawnSee § Spawning
4 more rows

What triggers raids in Minecraft? ›

A raid is an in-game event in which waves of various mobs, mainly illagers, spawn and attack a village. It is triggered when a player with the Bad Omen status effect enters a village.

How do I stop pillagers from spawning in my tower? ›

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What loot do Pillager outposts have? ›

Pillager Outpost Loot

The Chest at the top of the Pillager Outpost tower has a chance to contain some of the following items: Arrow. Bottle o' Enchanting. Carrot.

Do Pillager captains Respawn at outposts? ›

According to Minecraft wiki: Both regular pillagers and pillager captains can continuously spawn around the structure. In Bedrock Edition, they spawn at or below a particular location in the outpost; specifically, they choose the northwest corner of the highest opaque block with a non-solid block on top.

What are Pillager outposts good for? ›

Pillager Outposts are semi-rare structures found scattered around the biomes of Minecraft's Overworld. Pillager Outposts sometimes contain great loot, giving players an incentive to raid them. Unfortunately, these outposts are heavily fortified, so players must always be ready for a fight.

Are Pillager outposts near villages? ›

In Minecraft, a Pillager Outpost is a structure that spawns naturally in the game near a village (about 300 blocks away from the village). The Outpost is made up of a small group of structures and is guarded by pillagers.

How many pillagers are in an outpost? ›

A total of eight pillagers, including the pillager captain, spawns in a pillager outpost.

How do you tame a VEX in Minecraft? ›

Then after defeating the Evoker, feed a remaing Vex beetroot. (This will give beetroot another purpose.) This beetroot will turn the Vex red (the colour of beetroot) and it will become friendly and start following you around while attacking for you.

Who is the leader of the Illagers? ›

The Arch-Illager only appears in Minecraft Dungeons as the main antagonist of the game and the leader of the Illagers. Previously an outcast illager, he is corrupted by the Orb of Dominance and goes to the path of evil. He enslaves villagers.

Are witches Illagers? ›

Behavior. A witch is neither an illager nor a villager. They are passive toward villagers and wandering traders although their potions can hit one by accident. Witches are 85% resistant to some magical sources: poison, instant damage, evoker fangs, Warden's sonic boom and the Thorns enchantment.

Can you shear snow golem? ›

Snow golems can now be sheared by dispensers.

Can I put a lead on a golem? ›

As with all utility mobs, iron golems can be leashed. The leashed iron golem does not try to break from the lead when it sees a hostile mob.

Is the diamond golem a Mod? ›

Mods like Golems Galore & Extra Golems from CurseForge introduce a ton of new Golems. Each of them has unique abilities like the TNT Golem will explode on Enemies, the Gold Golem has Knockback Resistance, etc. As Such, the Diamond Golem is a part of these Mods and can be summoned thanks to them.

What are pillagers afraid of in Minecraft? ›

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Can villagers become Illagers? ›

When Villagers Get Their Health Down To 5 hearts (or lower) out of 20, they have a 1/10 chance of becoming a illager (this can only have a chance of happening once, like if a villager restored health, and got back down to 5 hearts by a illager, this will not even have a possibility of that villager becoming an illager) ...

How far can a Pillager fall without dying? ›

It will die if it falls 23.5 blocks or more!

How do I prepare for a raid? ›

The 5 Most Important Things You Can Do During A Raid
  1. Stay calm and do not run away.
  2. Remain silent, or tell the ICE agent that you want to remain silent. If you do speak, do not lie.
  3. Ask to speak with a lawyer.
  4. Do NOT sign any documents or answer questions without your lawyer present.
  5. Record details and names of officers.

What happens if you sleep during a raid? ›

When you sleep, the raid that is going on disappears.

How do you prepare for a raid in Minecraft? ›

Steps to trigger a Raid
  1. Find a Pillager Outpost. First, you need to find a Pillager Outpost in Minecraft. ...
  2. Kill the Pillagers and find the Leader. ...
  3. Kill the Patrol Leader and Get Bad Omen. ...
  4. Enter a Village to Trigger a Raid. ...
  5. Kill the Raiders. ...
  6. Trade with Villagers at a Discount.

What is the command to stop a raid in Minecraft? ›

Specifically, players can use the command "/gamemode disableraids true" to disable raids completely. In order to re-enable raids, all players need to do is use the same command but swap "true" with "false."

What happens if you lose a raid in Minecraft? ›

If you lose the raid, the whole village will be completely wiped out by the raiders. On failing to win the raid, all the villagers will die and all claimed beds are destroyed.

How do I find a hidden Pillager in a raid? ›

Finding Pillagers

Every Minecraft Village has a bell, it's usually located at the centre of a village. If you can't find Pillagers, stand near the bell and ring it. You will hear the loud ringing sound, but also an extra sound.

What power level do I need to be for witch queen raid? ›

The most important thing you should do to prepare for the raid is to reach the 1530 Power Level requirement. This is good news for most players as you will not need to be at the new power cap of 1550 to participate.

What blocks can raids not spawn on? ›

In Bedrock Edition the raid can spawn on any block except leaves and scaffolding.

What blocks can pillagers not spawn on? ›

Pillagers continually spawn in a 72×54×72 block volume centered on the top floor. They may spawn on any valid opaque block as long as the sky light level is 11 or lower, and the block light level is 8 or lower, but can also spawn on grass blocks or sand regardless of sky light level.

How long is raid toxic? ›

If you leave the spray and let it dry, it will keep killing cockroaches with residual action for up to 2 weeks as long as the bugs come in contact with it. Be sure to read the label before use.

Can Ravagers break blocks? ›

Ravagers will also break certain blocks when moving through them, such as leaves and crops. They will also drop a Saddle upon death, which can be extremely useful to some players.

What is a bad omen in Minecraft? ›

Bad Omen is a status effect that causes a raid to appear when an afflicted player enters a village. This does not apply to any other mob with the effect if the mob is in a village.

How do you create an iron Golem in Minecraft? ›

You can make an Iron Golem in Minecraft using four iron blocks and a carved pumpkin. If you place four iron blocks in a "T" shape and put a pumpkin on top, the structure will turn into an Iron Golem. Iron Golems can also spawn naturally around your Minecraft world in villages and pillager outposts.

Can you start a raid in peaceful? ›

Players should note that raids cannot be started with the game difficulty on Peaceful. The higher the difficulty, the more enemies will spawn, thus increasing the chances of obtaining more totems.

How do you Despawn a raid? ›

The easiest way to remove the effect is by drinking a Bucket of Milk, which can be acquired by using an empty Bucket on a Cow. Milk clears any and every status effect in Minecraft.

How long do Pillager raids last? ›

It takes about 40 minutes of real-time for a raid to simply expire, although all the Illagers still spawned within the village will be there as you return to it. In case you'd rather not start a raid but have the Bad Omen status effect, the best way to get rid of it is to drink a bucket of milk.

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