I've been meaning to read some of your stories, but they're a bit long to fit neatly into my lunch hour!
I agree that Thranduil definitely knew that Isildur had the ring. Even if he did not see Isildur take it, he had a fear that Mordor would rise again.
>>And I see you, on a barren plain with ash for earth and a sky like lead. It is a place I know all too well. And then your face turns into that of Oropher, standing on that same plain.
I've always wondered if Thranduil knew of - or at least sensed - that last battle. I don't think Legolas ever gets enough credit for his willingness to walk into certain death in the same place his grandfather died.
>>"My son, Mirkwood has only ever had but two treasures. One of them sleeps in the forests of the Emyn Duir. And the other, I send to Imladris tomorrow."
This is lovely. You draw a very believable Thranduil.