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[This page should at some point in time be merged with [http://technical-minecraft.wikia.com/wiki/Iron_Golem_Farms Iron Golem Farms], since it´s kind of the same page]
 
 
 
==Summary==
 
==Summary==
 
Village Chaining is the process by which one can move village centers abnormally close to, or within, each other. This is a process that is commonly used in making highly efficient and compact iron farms. Village Chaining was first discovered back in 1.4, and has been used ever since. The process was originally discovered by TangoTek, a member of the HermitCraft Vanilla SMP server.
 
Village Chaining is the process by which one can move village centers abnormally close to, or within, each other. This is a process that is commonly used in making highly efficient and compact iron farms. Village Chaining was first discovered back in 1.4, and has been used ever since. The process was originally discovered by TangoTek, a member of the HermitCraft Vanilla SMP server.

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