Midknight Heroes miniature level system goes from level 1 to level 4.
*All levels will require clipping of resin support nubs and some light sanding/filing before priming. Also, all miniatures will be required to be washed with warm soapy water before assembling/paint to ensure proper paint adhesion.
Level 1 means there is no parts assemble outside of placing them on their base, it’s just a single cast and all you got to do is glue it to a base.
Level 2 miniatures are the ones that have 1 to 2 parts. They are easy to assemble and go together pretty quick.
Level 3 starts to get into the more complicated miniatures. They have 3 to 5 parts and tends to be in a more dynamic pose and may require pinning or some advance skills putting together.
Level 4 are the most advance miniatures we have and they can have 5 or more parts and are very difficult to assemble. They will require pinning, and advance skills to get them together but the end result will be worth it.
USPS Shifting Mail From Air Cargo to Sea Transport (5/16/2020)
Due to limited air cargo capacity, the U.S. Postal Service is shifting select mail from air transport to sea transport in an effort to move mail from the U.S. to international destinations.
Typical Priority Mail shipments that usually take about 7 to 10 days will now take about 4 to 6 weeks if the service is available to the destination country.
If a mail item shows on USPS tracking as having left the United States, under normal circumstances, the U.S. Postal Service has no further visibility on that item until a transit country or the destination country provides updated tracking information to its system.
In some cases, it is possible to get more updated tracking by using the destination country’s postal service online tracking tools if the item has entered the country.
This is especially true if the shipment has delivery or routing error, delays, or exceptions as the comments on the country’s postal system may provide more information on the status of the mail items than the update transmitted back to the USPS.
Furthermore, tracking scans of individual mail pieces typically only occur at the local and regional pickup locations, when the parcel enters a country’s customs facility, and at the local or regional destination locations. For tracking information in between these locations, mail pieces are typically tracked in groupings packed inside cargo containers.
There are probably thousands of cargo containers with mail spread all over the world sitting at airport facilities and transit stations waiting to be processed to their next destination.
It will likely take weeks (or months…?) for some mail pieces to move again once these operations resume and cargo capacity becomes available to continue the transit of the cargo containers.