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Pillager Outposts in Minecraft: Everything players need to know

Pillager Outposts are semi-rare structures found scattered around the biomes of Minecraft's Overworld.

Pillager Outposts sometimes contain great loot, giving players an incentive to raid them. Unfortunately, these outposts are heavily fortified, so players must always be ready for a fight.

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Pillager Outposts in Minecraft


Shown: A Pillager defending his tower from above (Image via Minecraft)

Pillager Outposts can only spawn in biomes that have villages. These biomes are listed below:

  • Plains
  • Desert
  • Savanna
  • Taiga
  • Snowy Tundra
  • Snowy Taiga (Bedrock only)
  • Sunflower Plains (Bedrock only)
  • Taiga Hills (Bedrock only)
  • Snowy Taiga Hills (Bedrock only)

Bedrock Edition outposts can spawn closer to villages than those in the Java Edition.


Shown: Multiple Illagers defending their outpost (Image via Minecraft)

Players will be pleased to know that only Pillagers and Pillager Captains can spawn at these outposts. Players will receive the Bad Omen status effect if they kill a Pillager Captain.

Additionally, each outpost has a chance of generating a cage structure next to it. This cage will contain a lone Iron Golem which can be freed. If freed, the Iron Golem will begin to slowly make its way back to the nearest village.

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Shown: A chest found at the top of the Outpost (Image via Minecraft)

Here are some of the best loot that can be found in Outpost chests:

  • Enchanted Book (11%)
  • Dark Oak Log (100%)
  • Crossbow (100%)
  • Bottle o' Enchanting (60.9%)
  • Carrot (57.5%)
  • Potato (57.5%)
  • Iron Ingot (30.5%)

Any Enchanted Book (except Soul Speed) can be found in the chest. Each Enchanted Book has an equal chance of being found.

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Pillager Outpost in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains all about Pillager Outposts with screenshots.

Where to Find a Pillager Outpost

In Minecraft, a Pillager Outpost is a structure that spawns naturally in the game near a village (about 300 blocks away from the village). The Outpost is made up of a small group of structures and is guarded by pillagers. Because the Pillager Outpost generates near a village, it can appear in any biome that a village can. For example, you can find Pillager Outposts in biomes such as the Plains, Desert, Savanna, Taiga, and so on.





Here is a picture of what a Pillager Outpost in the Taiga biome looks like:

pillager outpost

TIP: Try using the /locate command to quickly find a Pillager Outpost!


In the center of the Pillager Outpost is a large structure called a Watchtower. This is the main structure in the Outpost and has a total of 4 levels. On each side of the Watchtower, you will find 2 illager banners hanging from the top level.

pillager outpost watchtower

Also, on the top level of the Watchtower, you can find a chest filled with goodies.

pillager outpost top level

This chest can contain items such as bottle o'enchanting, crossbow, tripwire hooks, carrots, wheat, and dark oak logs.

pillager outpost chest

Smaller Structures

The Pillager Outpost can also contain smaller structures surrounding the Watchtower. Commonly, you will find a cage with an Iron Golem trapped inside, like this one:

pillager outpost with iron golem in cage

Protectors of the Pillager Outpost

The Pillager Outpost is protected by a new mob called the pillager. Once you enter the Outpost, the pillagers will begin attacking you.


The pillager is armed with a crossbow and arrows as a weapon. So be careful around these mobs because they can shoot you from a distance making them tougher to kill.


Pillager Outpost Leader

Once you start batting the various pillagers in the Outpost, a special pillager that is the leader of the Outpost will attack you. This leader is easy to spot because it wears an illager banner on its head.

pillager outpost leader

Be careful about killing this leader because once you kill the Pillager Outpost leader, you will be cursed with a new status effect called Bad Omen.

Bad Omen

The Bad Omen effect is a new status effect that causes a group of hostile mobs to spawn and attack when a player with the Bad Omen effect enters a village. This event is called a Raid.

bad omen icon

When the Raid begins, a Raid progress bar will appear on the screen (similar to the Ender Dragon or Wither Boss progress bar). Next, a group consisting of pillagers, ravagers, vindicators, evokers and witches will spawn and rush toward the player with Bad Omen. As the player kills these hostile mobs, the Raid progress bar will decrease indicating how many remaining mobs must be killed to end the Raid.


Pillager Outpost Seeds

You can use a seed to create a world where you spawn in near a Pillager Outpost:


Watch this video to learn about Bad Omen and Village Raids in Minecraft (starting in the Village & Pillage Update).

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We're taking a look at some awesome seeds you can play with in this list of Minecraft Pillager Outpost Seeds! These are for both Bedrock and Java, so you should be able to find something you like on any platform.

Using the Key Locations

If you want to teleport yourself to one of the locations I mention, just copy the numbers listed by the one you want to visit. Go into your game and into that seed, then in the command window just type in "/teleport @s " or "/tp @s" and paste the numbers! Once you hit enter, you should teleport to the location.

Versions & Version Numbers

If you are on Windows (unless you're on Java), PS4, or Pocket Edition then your version of the game is Bedrock and all seeds listed as Bedrock below should work with your game. Please note that they don't always show up exactly as described, the version numbers can sometimes play a part in how certain parts of a seed render (villages, biomes, etc.)

In terms of version numbers, each seed was tested based on the number that is listed with it. The seed can still work with other versions of the game, but the seed might not have all the exact spawns listed as previous mentioned in the Bedrock section.

Minecraft Pillager Outpost Seeds List

You'll notice some of the screenshots look a bit better than usual, and that's because I've got a Minecraft Shader equipped. If you want to find some awesome general seeds, then check out our Best Minecraft Seeds list!

Desert Pyramid Inhabited By Pillager Outpost

Credit:mooing_cowmilk - Seed: 38139859344449569 - 38139859344449569 - Version: Java 1.16+

This seed from the get-go is amazing, as you spawn you are right next to a Desert Temple, but even better than that a Pillager Outpost is on top of the temple! Not only that but on the left side of the temple are the ruins of a Nether Portal!

Key Location

  • Desert Temple: -268 74 56
  • 2nd Desert Temple: -248 73 -488
  • Village: -288 70 -684
  • Witches Hut: 312 70 264
  • Shipwreck: 895 64 -552

Tons of Biomes & Easy Diamond (Bedrock - 1.14.6)

Credit: EliWRN - Seed: 10292992

I originally started checking out this seed due to the talk about tons of biomes in a short space. Once I went into it though, I found a huge ravine that had many diamonds in it! Not only that, this ravine featured mines that could be explored for possibly more diamonds. There's also a spider spawner that is exposed that you could easily exploit. If that's not enough, there's some great biomes all over the area. You start off in a savanna, desert, plains area. If you start to explore you'll find a mountainous area, large ocean, and cold areas. There's even an interesting spawn of an Outpost right next to a Village!

Key Locations

  • 9 Diamonds in Ravine: 1225 11 27
  • 6 Diamonds in Ravine (Lava hazard): 1246 14 44
  • More Ravine Diamonds: 1286 12 69
  • Spider Spawner: 1283 22 65
  • Outpost Right Next to Village: 455 66 504
  • Ocean Monument: -330 61 136
  • Large Savanna Village: 980 71 1016
  • Haunted Village Near Swamp Biome: 1105 68 -1149

Pillager Outpost & Jungle Temple at Spawn! (Java - 1.14.4)

Credit:CornCooper - Seed: 6506886162711205223

You spawn right in front of a Pillager Outpost in this seed, there's also a Jungle Temple right next to it! To the east you'll find a pretty large Savannah where there's two different villages you can visit. There's a shipwreck on land, and a desert pyramid to find!

Key Locations

  • Pillager Outpost: 201 81 -232
  • Jungle Temple: 149 73 -185
  • Desert Pyramid: 619 72 178
  • Shipwreck on Land: -187 65 -374
  • Savannah Village: 833 71 316
  • Savannah Village #2: 1055 71 139

Pillager Outpost, Floating Island, & Many Villages! (Bedrock - 1.14.6)

Credit:mochimachi - Seed: -741721765

This seed has a pretty cool looking floating island right where you spawn, and just beyond that is a Pillager Outpost. There's also quite a few villages and haunted villages in the surrounding area. Not too far away from spawn is a pretty large ravine which has a couple of diamond veins that you can mine. This area also has a small dungeon with a skeleton spawner!

Key Locations

  • Pillager Outpost: 263 80 103
  • Desert Pyramid: 314 65 16
  • Haunted Savannah Village: 580 63 180
  • Desert Village: 138 66 -285
  • Desert Village #2: -232 70 -312
  • Desert Pyramid #2: -357 74 -263
  • Ravine w/Diamond: -283 11 -130
    • More Diamond: -292 11 -109
    • Skeleton Spawner: -282 21 -146

Pillager Outpost in a Ravine (Bedrock - 1.14.6)

Credit:god_lifts - Seed: 616843740

This isn't exactly at spawn, but you can get walk there in a reasonable amount of time. This is a really cool spawn because the outpost is right in a ravine which makes it extend all the way to the bottom of it. You can also find a couple of diamonds down in the ravine, so that's a quick boost to your early game. There's likely some more exploring to be done in this area. This desert area is pretty packed with stuff because there's a couple of villages and pyramids in the biome. At the spawn, you can find a desert with a pyramid and a village that's entirely separate from the outpost section!

Key Locations

  • Desert Pyramid: 1322 71 176
  • Haunted Desert Village: 1398 69 131
  • Coral Reef: 1655 55 -228
  • Pillager Outpost in Ravine: 488 69 487
  • Diamonds in Ravine: 483 13 499
  • Desert Pyramid: 362 65 560
  • Desert Village #2: 593 71 533
  • Haunted Desert Village #2: 128 68 534
  • Desert Pyramid #3: 106 65 304

Pillager Outpost, Savannah, & Desert (Java - 1.15.2)

Credit:ARTILLERY_LIQUIFIRE - Seed: 63539878

You start out right in a pretty flat area with a Pillager Outpost right in front of you. There's quite a few different biomes in this area including desert, savannah, plains, swamp, wooded mountains, and more! If you explore around more you'll find a Ravine with a mine in it and an exposed spider spawner. There's also quite a few villages to be found as well, each of them appears in a different biome. If you want some access to coral, there's a reef that isn't too far away from spawn.

Key Locations

  • Savannah Biome: 57 68 119
  • Desert Village: 664 68 221
  • Birch Forest Biome: -153 71 129
  • Wooded Mountains Biome: -379 94 28
  • Swamp Biome: -679 65 280
  • Ravine/w Mine & Spider Spawner: -712 47 875
  • Desert Pyramid: 1195 67 743
  • Savannah Village: 1167 63 509
  • Plains Village: 1323 64 333
  • Large Forest Village: 1568 62 91
  • Coral Reef: 1477 55 -209

Mansion, Pillager Outpost, & Jungle! (Java - 1.15.2)

Credit:Killstepz - Seed: 7210414366237083040

This seed is jam packed with stuff right next to spawn! You've got a pillager outpost, mansion, and jungle biome all very close to you. Not only that, there's a ravine right next to the mansion that has a Mine inside of it! There's also a pretty good sized village not too far from this initial area.

Key Locations

  • Pillager Outpost: -5 88 41
  • Mansion Entrance: 79 63 -1
  • Jungle Biome: 86 64 127
  • Ravine w/Mine: 80 40 97
  • Village: 80 68 -484
  • Swamp Biome: 314 63 -1248

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Everything About the Pillager Watchtower in Minecraft

Not to be confused with woodland mansion.

See also: Tutorials/Defeating a pillager outpost

Pillager outpost watchtower.png

A pillager outpost is an assortment of structures inhabited by pillagers.


Pillager outposts are semi-rare structures, generating every several hundred to couple thousand blocks.[1] This makes them rarer than villages[2] but less rare than woodland mansions.

Pillager outposts can generate naturally in any village-generating biome, including:

Pillager outposts also generate in the following biomes, where villages do not spawn:‌[upcoming:JE 1.18 & BE 1.18.0]

In Java Edition, pillager outposts never generate too close to, or within, villages. They can do so in Bedrock Edition as well generate far away from villages.

In Java Edition, if an outpost spawns in the water or in the air (e.g., spawning near a savanna plateau), then a platform of grass (or sand), dirt, and stone spawns underneath it in a circular shape. This also applies to the smaller structures such as tents, targets, log piles, and cages. On occasion, the smaller structures still spawn in the air despite having a platform below them, depending on how high up they are.

In Bedrock Edition, pillager outposts generate with foundations similar to that of a woodland mansion: watchtowers use cobblestone, birch planks, and dark oak logs as their foundation; tents and cages generate dark oak planks as their foundation; log piles use horizontal dark oak logs as their foundation; and targets generate cobblestone as a foundation.

The outpost tower generates each time. Up to 4 other smaller structures may spawn around the periphery of the main outpost structure.

Eight extra air blocks also generate around the outpost.[3]


Iron golems spawn only during the generation of the outpost structures. If an iron golem spawns, it does so only inside a cage.

Both regular pillagers and pillager captains can continuously spawn around the structure. Pillagers can still spawn if a player is inside the tower.[needs in-game testing] In Java Edition they spawn in a 72×54×72 area centered on the top level of the watchtower, the same level as the chest. In Bedrock Edition, they spawn at or below a particular location in the outpost; specifically, they choose the northwest corner of the highest opaque block with a non-solid block on top.

In Java Edition, only pillagers and passive mobs may spawn within a pillager outpost spawn area. Pillagers may spawn on any valid opaque block as long as the sky light level is 11 or lower, and the block light level is 8 or lower, but can also spawn on grass or sand blocks regardless of sky light level. Therefore, players may pacify an outpost by removing all grass/sand blocks and properly lighting the area as they normally would to prevent enemy mob spawns.

A total of eight pillagers, including the pillager captain, spawns in a pillager outpost.

Bad Omen[]

Upon killing an outpost captain, the player receives 1 level of the Bad Omen effect applied to them for 100 minutes (5 in-game days).


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A pillager outpost consists of a 4 level watchtower with other smaller structures around it.

Structure blocks can be used to manually load pieces of the pillager outpost from the folder in minecraft.jar. To do so, set a structure block to Load mode, enter , and press LOAD.

Technical structures[]


See also: Chest loot

In Java Edition, each pillager outpost chest contains items drawn from 4 pools, with the following distribution:

In Bedrock Edition, each pillager outpost chest contains items drawn from 4 pools, with the following distribution:

  1. abThe size of stacks (or for unstackable items, number) of this item on any given roll.
  2. abThe weight of this item relative to other items in the pool.
  3. abThe odds of finding any of this item in a single chest.
  4. abThe number of items expected per chest, averaged over a large number of chests.
  5. abThe average number of chests the player should expect to search to find any of this item.
  6. abAll enchantments are equally probable, includingtreasure enchantments (except Soul Speed), and any level of the enchantment is equally probable.



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  • A pillager outpost in a taiga biome.

  • A beachside pillager outpost with targets and a tent.

  • A submerged platform around a watchtower.

  • Unusual pillager outpost generation in Java Edition. Note how the structure generates new blocks around it, likely because it spawned too close to an ocean.

  • Example of loot in a pillager outpost chest.

  • The complete area, relative to the tower, in which pillagers naturally spawn.

  • A pillager outpost above a ravine in Java Edition.

  • An extremely rare instance of a fossil generated inside a pillager outpost.

  • Pillager outpost, which generated very close to a village.

  • Pillager outpost generated near badlands biome.

  • Pillager outpost located in desert biome.

Odd generation[]

  • A pillager outpost that generated inside a desert village.

  • Pillager outpost and desert pyramid generated on top of each other.


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