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skyrim bug/glitch - being attacked in solitude

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Even though I haven't joined the stormcloaks, nor killed a single imperial soldier, I find myself being attacked by every imperial npc, guards and non-generic people alike when I come to Solitude (even though the guards just outside Solitude are friendly to me).

What could be the reason for this? Did I do something wrong or is this a bug?

asked 9 years ago in GeneralGeneral by anonymous  

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Oh well,  I've figured this out myself. You won't be attacked if you enter Solitude through the other entrance, that is under the city
answered 9 years ago by anonymous  
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hmmm...could it be you attacked someone by accident? like it happened to me that I had a weapon drawn and accidentally hit someone. or maybe you stole something?

Open the menu and go to "STATS" and the go to "CRIME". What does it say there?
answered 9 years ago by Diablolic King (37,682 points)   8 19 26
Nope, the bounty is 0, hell, the number of murders is 0.

Maybe I got negative disposition(not sure if it's the right word) with  imperials for some reason, maybe I did a quest for a wrong person?
no, you probably just walked up to the stage where that man was about to be executed... if you walk up the stairs to the stage the guard there will tell you not to pass but if your sprinting like i was then you dont have time to stop runnning you just get attacked by everyone cause you went where you werent allowed. flee from the city and go rest somewehre or wait a few days and they should drop aggro

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