This guide will provide you with the easiest way to set up a Raid farm in Minecraft.
You’d need the following items:
160x Building Blocks
64x Temporary Blocks
Follow these steps to make the farm:
Step 1: You can make this farm as close to a pillager tower as you want.
Step 2: Also make sure to make this farm at least 150 blocks away from any village.
Step 3: Use your scaffolding to build up 150 blocks.
Step 4: Go all the way to the top.
Step 5: Make a leaf platform like this.
Step 6: Place a chest like this with one hopper at the top.
Step 7: Place another chest at the top of the hopper.
Step 8: Place hoppers on the back of the chest.
Step 9: Also place hoppers to the side like this.
Step 10: Check if it works.
Step 11: Place a temporary block with blocks around your platform.
Step 12: Make it 4 blocks higher.
Step 13: Place leaves on the top so no mobs can spawn at the top.
Step 14: Place some temporary blocks, it’s not necessary.
Step 15: Go to the back of the farm, using a temporary block.
Step 16: Place blocks in these exact positions.
Step 17: Place 2 leaves right here.
Step 18: Place some more temporary blocks and place a bed on top.
Step 19: Remove the temporary blocks.
Step 20: Make a glass cage like this.
Step 21: Now you need to get a villager here and it is recommended to make a little staircase.
Step 22: You can use the boat method to transport the villager, you can also use rails.
Step 23: Simply attach a lead to the boat and slowly walk away.
Step 24: Make sure to not move too fast or your lead will break.
Step 25: It’s not that big of a deal, since you can easily attach it back.
Step 26: To go up a block, you sometimes need to place a temporary block, and jump.
Step 27: Go up and the villager will follow you.
Step 28: For the next part, be careful and move to your glass cage.
Step 29: You might need to place some extra temporary blocks.
Step 30: Once you are high enough, you can drop the villager carefully.
Step 31: Remove the temporary blocks around the cage, so the villager can’t escape.
Step 32: Put the boat in the middle, and remove it.
Step 33: Once the villager is in the cage, close it with solid blocks.
Step 34: Place leaves at the top so no mobs can spawn.
Step 35: It is recommended to place a torch inside.
Step 36: Now, remove the temporary blocks and make sure you spawn-proof everything.
Step 37: Also remove these leaves on the side, ravagers might glitch on that.
Step 38: Place blocks right here.
Step 39: You need to thicken the wall by 1 layer.
Step 40: Make sure to place the leaves correctly.
Step 41: Great job, the last thing to do is to thicken the left side by 1 block too.
Step 42: Remove the temporary blocks and do one last check to see if everything is spawn proofed.
Step 43: Go to your pillager tower.
Step 44: Find the captain pillager, it’s the one with the banner on his head.
Step 45: Kill him, and you will get the bad omen effect.
Step 46: Once you have the bad omen effect, go to your raid farm.
Step 47: A raid will start as you can see, it’s important to stand on this block when waiting for the spawn.
Step 48: Once they spawned, you can go forward and kill them.
Step 49: Just make sure to go back to this block when the raid is loading for the new wave.
Step 50: After that, you can simply repeat the process.
Step 51: All the items will go into the chest, and you can use looting for more loot.
Step 52: Once a raid is completed, you can check your chest, and simply kill another pillager captain.