Re:Sheriff is killed by ghost - who wins?
I actually find topic where Emiliano Sciarra(Alkan) writes:
When any player returns in play thanks to the Ghost Town, he is considered to be alive for his whole turn. So, if during a final duel between the Renegade and the Sheriff a ghost Outlaw manages to kill the Sheriff, Outlaws win because the game ends immediately and the ghost Outlaw is still alive (his turn did not end).
I know, you may ask why I ruled so. That's simply a matter of "kingmaker". If ghost Outlaws could not win (or a ghost Renegade, for that matter), they are doomed to lose: so in their turn they could choose to focus on the Renegade or the Sheriff without any winning-related motivations. Imagine a ghost Renegade killing the last Outlaw just because he previously killed him or, even worse, because he simply wants him to lose the game.