Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: A chain-link fence surrounds a 10km radius around SCP-XXXX under the guise of being an endangered wolf sanctuary. Foundation personnel, acting as rangers, will perform regular patrols to ensure no one attempts access. Base camps are set up at strategic points between 5-7km away from SCP-XXXX to effectively monitor activity. These camps are disguised as medieval micro-settlements and have modern research facilities underground. All personnel based at these camps are to be fitted for a range of clothing required for any MSK-Procedures detailed below. Any instances of SCP-XXXX-1 found approaching or drawing near any base camp results in immediate execution of Procedure MSK-Extract.

Description: SCP-XXXX is the village of Eternéeville situated in ███████ France. Buildings are primarily constructed from wood, brick, plaster, and stone and are primarily half-timbered. SCP-XXXX is constantly cloaked in a cloud of black smoke, originating from a large building, approximately 20x30 meters with three stories, making it the largest structure within SCP-XXXX. This building is heavily guarded at all times and is the primary location of SCP-XXXX-2.

SCP-XXXX has a population of approximately 180 residents, referred to as SCP-XXXX-1. These entities are male and female humanoids, the majority of which appear to be between the ages of 25 and 40 and wear an assortment of archaic clothing reminiscent of the medieval period. While a child form has yet to be observed, all entities maintain a youthful complexion while within the confines of SCP-XXXX. These entities are resistant to damage, but are not impervious, and react to pain normally. When beyond a certain range from SCP-XXXX, they exhibit signs of weariness and fatigue which increase over time.

Each instance of SCP-XXXX-1 has a specific role which includes expertise in one or more archaic skills such as blacksmithing, mining, masonry, and carpentry, to name a few. All instances of SCP-XXXX-1 are able to perform their role with incredible precision at an almost superhuman level of consistency.

SCP-XXXX-1 speak a simplified/truncated form of Normand Francian. Many exchanges between subjects may consist of nothing more than a back and forth of single words. Food within SCP-XXXX is plentiful and is also fresh, however their water may be contaminated, appearing green straight from the well. However, the entities drink it without any concern. In fact, every drink they consume has a green tint.

SCP-XXXX-1 appear hostile to anyone who enters SCP-XXXX when not dressed in the style of clothing resembling their own, or acting outside of their expectations. Any D-class that have entered the village attract the attention of SCP-XXXX-1 and are soon attacked, with any recording equipment on their person destroyed. D-class dressed in appropriate attire fair better, but if they display inappropriate mannerisms, say too many foreign words, or act "improper" in any other way, they are attacked and imprisoned. Interactions with SCP-XXXX-1 are therefore limited to MSK-Procedures.

Addendum XXXX.1: MSK-Procedures

Foreword: All personnel taking part in any MSK-procedures must be fluent in at least one of the Francian dialects, and pass all drills with exceptional performance. Newly passed personnel will be assigned to one of the base camps where further training will be provided.
Unless otherwise stated, all agents are to be dressed in linen shirts, doublets, cloaks, hose and drawers for men; chemise and kirtle for women. Hats, cloaks, and shoes appropriate to role at all times.

- MSK-Commerce
Attire: Generally dark coloured and of medium to low quality. Flat hat preferred. Male only.
Procedure: Personnel are to enter SCP-XXXX with a horse and cart filled with goods heading towards the town square in the early morning. They will set up a stall, engage with SCP-XXXX-1, and provide a number of items in exchange for coins. Active personnel are advised to leave before the end of the day to avoid suspicion, or else spend a single night at an Inn in SCP-XXXX and return to base before daybreak. All coins must be handed to the base leader.
Aims: Obtain locally accepted currency for further procedures.

- MSK-Penance
Attire: Low quality, a range of colours available. Hats may include Hoods, Coifs, Chaperons, sacks, and acorn. A pilgrim badge must be clipped to the hat at all times.
Procedure: Personnel must enter SCP-XXXX in groups and head to the alehouse and engage with SCP-XXXX-1. All interactions will be recorded via devices hidden within the badges. The following morning, personnel are to head towards the church and pay a number of coins upon entry.
Aims: Ensure constant updated information on the lower classes within SCP-XXXX
Return coins into circulation if excess of ████ has been collected.

- MSK-Stagecoach
Attire: Bright and detailed, silks replacing linen where possible. Servants must be predominantly male and wear clothing of suitable quality.
Procedure: MSK-Stagecoach must only be attempted when a sufficient number of coins have been collected. Servant roles enter SCP-XXXX with a letter addressed to the mayor. A week following, Nobility roles enter SCP-XXXX and meet with a crowd of SCP-XXXX-1. All interactions will be recorded.
Aim: Provide updated information on upper classes within SCP-XXXX
Guide political decisions towards Foundation interests
Raise support for personnel engaged in MSK-Scholar

- MSK-Scholar
[REDACTED] Level 3 Access Required.

- MSK-Extract
Attire: Camouflage
Procedure: Personnel are to track any instances SCP-XXXX-1 that approach Foundation bases, with intent to capture
Aims: Controlled analysis of SCP-XXXX-1

Due to the effect of extraction on SCP-XXXX-1-A and similar events, MSK-Extract has been updated as follows:

Attire: Various
Procedure: Personnel are to pretend to live the life of members of a small hamlet any time an instance of SCP-XXXX-1 draws near. While they are present, proceed with protocol X7A. Engage in nonthreatening communication. If the subject becomes hostile, refer to protocol X7D.
Aims: Obtain either coins or information from the visiting SCP-XXXX-1.
Encourage SCP-XXXX-1 to return back within the domain of SCP-XXXX to protect from the effects of extended time away from the village.