Random Village Names Mod (1.19.2, 1.18.18) gives every village in the world a random name from a list. This name is given by a sign at the center of the village. See the description of Areas to learn more about how it is done. This will give you a greater sense of immersion in your world. You can remove the sign, rename it or place an empty sign in its place. You can modify the Areas mod to, for instance, remove the “Entering”, part of the displayed text.
Random Village Names Mod – 1.19.2, 1.18.2 – Randomized Name for All Villages
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/areas – Shows all area signs, which contains the village name, around the player.
Anyway, that sign shows a randomly generated name for the village:
Whenever you interact with a villager (i.e., open the trading GUI), the villager will reveal its name to you:
The village’s sign can be broken, or may accidentally not generate; or you may install this mod after a village has generated, but this mod has no retrogen. In any of these cases you might think that affected villages won’t have names. But don’t worry:
If you right-click a book onto a villager, it will record the village’s name and location into it!
This of course will also work even if the village has a sign by the well. Anyway, according to this Village Book, there is a fourth villager that we haven’t discovered.
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