1. What is an "infinite paper Villager"?2. Is it worth it?3. How do you make one?I did a fair amount of searching in google, youtube, and wiki to find out what I could about villager trading. And what I have learned I could never full explain to someone. The process/maths involved in how villager trading works is very convoluted, far from simple. I guess that's why no ones ever tried to explain it, and why the wiki doesn't go into accurate detail on it either.1.What is an "infinite Villager"?An "infinite paper Villager" aka "Infinite Villager" is a villager with the paper trade in it's 8th (last) trade position. Trading paper to a villager in this position will reset all the trades, including the paper trade. Thus you can trade paper to the villager repeatedly until the villager 'breaks'.But if it can break, it's not infinite?The villager will break if it, and the chunk it's in, is unloaded before it resets the trade.EG. If you teleport away or disconnect straight after you exhaust the paper trade, it will not have time to reset. When the villager loads up again, it'll have an exhausted paper trade, and you cannot trade paper to reset the trades. Hence, it's broken.There is also a very very small chance every time a villager resets it's trades that it will randomly get a 'gold ingot' trade. This will be added to the villagers trades in the last position. (The chance is something like 1 in 1,000,000, and has never happened to me). Though this does not technically 'break' the infinite villager, you would have to trade X gold ingots for 1 emerald every time you want to reset it's trades.2. Is making/using an infinite villager worth it?Maybe. It takes time and many emeralds and other traded resources to make an infinite villager. It can also takes many attempts. And once made, you must trade many times to get many emeralds. Converting sugarcane to paper, then trading lots of 24 paper to 1 emeralds is repetitive and can take a while. Once you have those emeralds, you can then trade them with different villagers for other goods like enchanted books, saddles, redstone, XP potions, diamond armors, etc.(On skyblock servers, and some other servers, this can be the only way to obtain diamond gear, and other supplies). Some people may argue it's easier to buy the things you want, or mine/make them other ways.Is it worth it? that's a very 50/50 question. Some say yes, others say no.3. How do you make one?That is a big question. I'll edit this and add it later.