Roughly Enough Trades Mod 1.20.5 – 1.19.4 Minecraft


Roughly Enough Trades Mod 1.20.5 – 1.19.4. First of all, the villager trades mod, compatible with both Fabric and Forge, expands upon the Roughly Enough Items mod by introducing a new category dedicated to trading with villagers. Every available vanilla trade can be found in this category. In Minecraft, players can trade with villagers using emeralds as currency. Each villager has a profession and offers different trade options, such as buying or selling items.

To initiate a trade, players must right-click on a villager while holding emeralds. The villager will then display a trading interface with a list of items that can be bought or sold. Players can also use the command “/trade [villager id] [trade number]” in the game’s console to initiate trades.


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Roughly Enough Trades Mod 1.20.5 – 1.19.4 Download

For Minecraft 1.19.3 (Forge, Fabric)

Release Date: 20th Jan, 23 (Fabric) – 20th Jan, 23 (Forge)
Version 1.0 (Fabric) – 1.0 (Forge)
File Size: 29.71 KB (Fabric) – 30.52 KB (Forge)
Supported version: Minecraft 1.19.3
Author: GrigLog
Download (Fabric): 


Roughly Enough Trades Mod (Fabric).jar

fabric-language-kotlin-1.9.0 (Fabric).jar

Download (Forge): 


Roughly Enough Trades Mod (Forge).jar

fabric-language-kotlin-1.9.0 (Forge).jar

For Minecraft 1.18.2 (Forge, Fabric)


Release Date: 2nd Sep, 22 (Fabric)
Version 1.0 (Fabric) – 1.0 (Forge)
File Size: 23.17 KB (Fabric)
Supported version: Minecraft 1.18.2
Author: GrigLog
Download (Fabric): 


Roughly Enough Trades Mod (Fabric).jar

kotlin.1.8.0 (Fabric).jar

How to install Roughly Enough Trades Mod:

  1. Every mod requires Minecraft Forge API installed beforehand. Forge creates a new profile in Minecraft launcher and enables 3rd party modification without breaking core files of the game. So, download Forge API latest build for your game version. It comes with an installer, just run it and start the game to complete the installation.
  2. Now download the mod file using the link present on the page. It must be supporting your current game version.
  3. Start Minecraft, click “Edit profile” and then click “Open Game Dir”
  4. Open the “mods” folder (it gets automatically created when you run the game using Forge).
  5. Drag and Drop the mod file into the mods folder.
  6. Start Minecraft, select Forge profile from Drop-down menu, and run the game.
  7. Forge will take time to configure and then start your game with the mods.

Fabric Installation for Roughly Enough Trades Mod:

Fabric is a Mod Loader as well as a toolchain (Java library) for installing and creating Minecraft mods for Release Versions and Snapshots. It’s an alternative to Forge API, which is still a stepping stone for enhancing gameplay through community-created mods. Fabric API is newer and lightweight compared to Forge, but it’s quickly updated with newer Minecraft versions and its mode base/quantity is increasing gradually. Fabric is also lightweight however it is still lacking behind in terms of compatibility while simultaneously running a different set of mods.

For player:

You can install Mods using Fabric Loader & API which comes with the automatic installer which creates profiles in Minecraft Launcher. Once you run the game once using newly created Launcher profile, then open %appdata%/.Minecraft and drop your favorite mod (.jar extension file) into the mods directory.

For developers:

If you are familiar with Java, there are extensive mod development guides and tools available to simplify the process. For example; Fabric Loom, Yarn, tiny-remapper, and Engima (for deobfuscation of Java bytecode). You can head over to the official wiki for more details.

Note: Fabric and Forge API mods cannot run together and will probably crash your Minecraft. Keep a copy of your save games before you experiment with the mods.

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Melissa Carlson, is an avid Minecraft player and content writer. She's working on Minecraft for the past 8 years and wanted to share the news related to this game. She always wants to produce content related to Minecraft which can help players and developers. She wrote several articles related to Fabric API, Optifine, Xray Mod, Voxelmap, Xaeroes minimap, and OptifForge Mod. She gained popularity in the Minecraft community through her work and now she's considered as a respectable member.

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