Oghren gets one in Awakening with his Joining. While everyone who takes it and survives passes out, Oghren chugs the goblet and lets out a hearty burp, treating it as merely another one of his Gargle Blasters.
In Awakening, if playing as Female Noble who became Queen, the Warden has been effectively retired for the past six months while they've attended court and aided in the rebuilding of Ferelden. Yet moments after arrive at Vigil's Keep they begin mowing down countless Darkspawn left, right and centre, performing flying takedowns of Ogres and can manage to save every NPC present as well. Like to see the Empress of Orlais do that!
There is a quest to free young noblewoman kindapped by bandits. If you reveal yourself as the Commander of the Grey one of the thugs practically wets his pants in fear. Then you send half of the bandits running for their life by simply using intimidation option. Your reputation is so fearsome that one of them prefers to jump off a cliff rather than face you!
The persuade option is just as awesome. You convince them to bring out the hostage and send her over first.
Bandit: You got the girl, now hand over the money!
If the Warden upgraded everything and decided to save Amaranthine during the endgame, it's revealed that Vigil's Keep managed to hold out for over a week before the Darkspawn finally breached it's walls. Even then, the soldier's stood their ground and despite suffering heavy losses, eventually drove the horde into a full retreat.
If left behind during the above and with his personal quest completed, Oghren defends the gate by taking on two Ogres simultaneously, buying enough time for the soldiers to retake the courtyard. He eventually passes out from from blood-loss and wakes up a week later, amazed to discover he's been heralded as a hero.