Jobs are the backbone of the server economy! Players can earn money through performing a variety of actions within our vast jobs network. All players start with one job slot, and can unlock more jobs and job slots as they progress through the game!
There is no penalty for leaving a job! If you leave a guild, you may lose access to joining the job, but the job will not reset. This means you will never lose levels in your job.
Players can switch between any job available in their guild, as subject to a 2-hour cooldown.
Vestria has 11 unique jobs! Each job earns money through performing specific tasks. Provided below is an overview of each job:
To view a complete list of what each job is paid to do, use
/jobs info <job name>in-game.
Chefs make money by crafting and cooking food items. Items that require more components or are harder to obtain such as meat will give a higher payout.
Digger Job makes money by digging and breaking blocks that are able to be collected with a shovel. Members of Digger Job will receive higher payouts and more experience by breaking rarer blocks such as Mycelium, Clay, Soul Soil, and more!
Lumberjacks make money by chopping wood, breaking leaves, and placing saplings. Different varieties of trees will give different amounts of money and experience. Trees that are more difficult to farm such as Warped and Crimson Stems will provide the highest amount of payout.
Miners make money by mining and breaking blocks that are able to be collected with a pickaxe. Rarer ores and rarer blocks will provide higher payouts.
Smith Job makes money by crafting armor, tools, weapons and smelting ores. Smiths will receive higher payouts for crafting and smelting rarer items and ores.
Fisherman Job makes money by fishing. Different varieties of fish will give a different amount of payout and experience. Rarer fish such as Pufferfish and Tropical Fish will give the most money.
Farmers get paid for breaking crops, placing seeds, and breeding animals. Farming slower growing crops or crops that are more difficult to obtain will give a higher payout. Breeding rarer animals such as Turtles, Rabbits, and Ocelots will give the most payout per action.
Hunters get paid to kill hostile mobs. Boss mobs such as Withers and the Ender Dragon will provide the highest levels of payout.
Enchanter Job makes money by enchanting different armor, tools, and weapons. Enchanters will get paid more for enchanting rarer items and items.
Wizards get paid for brewing vanilla and mcMMO potions. Wizards get paid based on the ingredient used. Because of this, potions with more steps will result in a higher payout and amount of experience.
Members of Florist Job get paid for breaking flowers, shearing sheep, and making dye. Florists will receive a higher payout for crafting dyes that require multiple steps.
Every guild requries progression in three different jobs! To join a specific job, a player can simply do the
/jobs browse command. Provided below is an overview of which jobs each guild will be required to progress:
Dungeon Alchemist Specialization
As you perform more tasks in your job, you will gain jobs experience and level up. Every additional level that you achieve in your job will come with a payout boost. You can view what your current payout is with
/jobs info <job name> and view your progress in your current jobs with
You can view the jobs leaderboards by doing
/jobs top <job name> and see who is the highest level in each job and do
/jobs stats <player name> to view the jobs stats of a specific player! Additionally, there is a global leaderboard for the total jobs level of all your active jobs. This can be viewed with
Certain blocks are labelled as job stations when a player places and interacts with them. You can only earn payout from stations registered as a job station. The maximum number of job stations for each respective block is outlined below:
To unregister a single job station, just break the block. To unregister all your job stations, use
Every 25 levels of a job you gain a new reward! Each job will have different rewards but they follow the same pattern. At level 25 you gain a command, at level 50 you add a new trading card to your deck of in-game collectable cards, at level 75 you can show off your dedication in chat with a new flashy tag next to your name, and when you reach level 100 you get your very own pet!
Baby Werewolf pet
Knife Bird pet
Forest Sprite pet
Sea Sprite pet
Nether Sprite pet
Below are pictures of all the pets that you can unlock when you reach level 100 in a job!