I have a theory for the order of the OFA users in Deku's. It's obviously not in sequential order, but I don't think it's simply random. What made me think this is I kept asking myself why Nana was next to Deku, yet Toshinori was on the opposite end. If the order was random, then it shouldn't matter who was next to Deku. Hell, it shouldn't even matter that Deku is at the end. It irked the fuck outta me. I kept dwelling on it, and then I remembered something. All For One disparaged Nana, saying he was ashamed of her, basically a disappointment to the OFA lineage. We all thought that he was just saying that to rile Toshinori up. But what if there was some truth in there? Once I started down this line of thinking, I wondered if the order of the One For All users was simply power. But I quickly hit a snag. From what we know of One For All, it's impossible for Nana to be placed last in the line before Deku, as well as for Toshinori to not be placed first as he defeated All For One (twice!). So then what could have All For One's "shame" of Nana alluded to? And then ii hit me, what if the order of the OFA users is not power but mastery? What if Nana never managed to master One For All as it should have been, making her last in line. Her not mastering One For All ended up coddling Toshinori's understanding of the quirk. Toshinori bonded perfectly with the quirk, but that made him never seek more. He never asked questions. He never asked why he saw the shadows of the other users. Toshinori managed to completely master the physical aspect of One For All, so he ended up being third in the line. But it's now obvious that there is more to the quirk. The first two in the line completely mastered all aspects of OFA, or at least more than Toshinori, thus they're going be saved for later. Deku, being the newest and less experienced, is placed after Nana. And now it seems the quirk might have mutated or evolved enough for the shadows that Toshinori couldn't interact with to communicate directly with Deku, and now he has a chance to master OFA to a greater degree than all the previous users. What do you think?