In Minecraft's recent update to the Villager trading system, they stopped with their randomlygenerated prices and started setting a standard. Well Theorists, give me a consistent standard and I will give you a theory! This is the key to figuring out the economy of the Minecraft world or at least the value of all the good we've been trading all these years. The most curious, to me, were the emeralds. How much is an emerald worth in Minecraft and how does that potentially RUIN Minecraft's whole economic structure? Let's find out!
Credits: Writers: Matthew Patrick and Zach Stewart Editors: Tyler Mascola, Alex "Sedge" Sedgwick, and Marc Schneider Assistant Editor: AlyssaBeCrazy Sound Editor: Yosi Berman
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