A baby thrown out during a clan fight as he would have died if he stayed, an old wolf found yeah baby lying in the snow wrapped in the blanket carrying it to its den, the wolf raised the boy from child hood, teaching him to fight and use chakra. The wolf himself was an sage animal, and taught the boy wolf style Ninjutsu, an ancient style that had been lost, only being taught in the Inuzuku clan even then there where only very few of the actual style. The old wolf seen his progress and named the boy Odayáka a word meaning "Gentle" as he seen the boy, even if having a relentless style of fighting, was gentle and precise in his attacks.
When the boy turned 17, he eventually told the boy that he could teach him a technique called "The art of the Sages." A much older term for "Sage mode."
The boy unknowingly agreed unknown of the actions coming to require it, the old wolf took him to a pillar out in the middle of a frozen over lake and told him to meditate, the boy agreed and sat for 3 days unmoved, he froze over into a cryogenic sleep, the wolf knew that the ritual had begun the wolf laid down by the boy and passed on allowing the boy to absorb his chakra. The ice allowed him to absorb the natural chakra around him and intake it, but he stayed in the ice over the time supposed to be spent. -
His body fluctuated that chakra and his memory had been lost only remembering the father like wolf forgetting the faint memory of his abandonment. During the time in the ice //this is most likely going to be filler than canon in his story//,
Hagoromo seen the threat of Madara and passed the 6 paths to Odayáka, but the ice did not melt leading Hagoromo to pass it to Naruto, the events of Madara caused a fracture in the ice. The boy slowly thawed out and revived. He could feel the Natural chakra, but was completely unaware of the 6 paths chakra within him, after harrying the wolf he began to travel eventually coming across the Hidden Leaf, from there he was taken in by the inuzuku clan, and was giving old fashion taijutsu armor.
//From there on his story shall be written.//