Piglins in Minecraft are hostile creatures in Minecraft whom you can trade with. With the release of Nether’s update for Minecraft, you’ll be able to trade some rare items with Piglins in the game. In this Minecraft guide, you’ll be able to learn everything you need to know about trading with Piglins and the items you can get from it.
Minecraft Piglins Trading
Piglins in Minecraft are naturally hostile toward you. However, there’s a way of preventing that. Wearing a Golden Item before entering Nether will prevent Piglins from attacking you. If you don’t have any Golden Armor in your inventory, you can always craft one. Aside from this, you’ll also need to have a lot of Gold Ingots since that’s the only thing Piglins accept in trade.
With enough Gold Ingots at your disposal, you need to head over to Nether and head to Crimson Forests, Bastions, or Nether Wastes in order to come across Piglins. Once you’ve found a Piglin, simply walk upto it and throw a Gold Ingot at it. If done correctly, the Piglin will take the Gold Ingot and throw a random item back at you.
The item that the Piglin will throw at you will always be completely random but some of them have increased chances than the others. The following are the drop rates of different items that Piglins can reward you with:
- Iron Boots with Soul Speed – 1.89%
- Enchanted Book with Soul Speed – 1.18%
- Iron Nugget – 2.36%
- Potion of Fire Resistance – 2.36%
- Splash Potion of Fire Resistance – 2.36%
- Ender Peal – 4.73%
- Nether Quartz – 4.73%
- Magma Cream – 4.73%
- Glowstone Dust – 4.73%
- String – 4.73%
- Gravel – 9.46%
- Leather – 9.46%
- Obsidian – 9.46%
- Soul Sand – 9.46%
- Fire Charge – 9.46%
- Nether Brick – 9.46%
- Crying Obsidian – 9.46%
This is all we’ve got in our Minecraft Piglins Trade guide. For more help on the game, you can check out our detailed Minecraft wiki guides.