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Scholar Villager

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    This basically sounds like a librarian, but better.  And that's the problem.  Librarians would be worthless if you're more likely to get the awesome book you want from the scholar.

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    Katyusha20 commented
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    Maybe if the scholar was extremely rare it would balance out.

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    ClayGoddessSari is completely correct; this is not a balanced idea.

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    Good idea but I think it should have some kind of new enchantment that you can only get from the scholar and he should be rare.

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    Bad idea. I like the librarian.

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    Bilbo Baggins commented
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    Librarian.

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    I believe this has some potential. Imagine splitting these into librarian and scholar.
    First of all the librarian workbench would become the bookshelf. There is a great post on how the bookshelf would work: https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360009302932-Bookshelves-are-unexciting-Let-s-fix-that, and the scholar would be using the lectern as their workbench.
    The librarian would trade bookshelves, books, enchanted books, name tags, clock and a candle which post can be found here https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360012327351-Candles-
    The scholar would trade paper, black dye, sticks, book and quill, feather, maps and some new pre written books by Mojang, taking up the Knowledge Books place, which would make up some stories that would serve the purpose guide the player, like a tale of a character that once made a certain shape of obsidian blocks and never was seen again; things that would hint the Player.