The entire battle for Kvatch is one of these in spades, especially the first time you step through an Oblivion Gate. Not many games have you storming the gates of Hell and kicking demon ass at Level One.
Ilend Vonius, one of the surviving guards, survived inside Oblivion by fighting off Daedra for who knows how long while the rest of his comrades were killed on the bridge to the tower. He was kicking demon ass for hours before you showed up. He also made it out of the city with the rest of the surviving guards, which is no small feat, either.
Once you kill Mankor Camoran, his 'Paradise' starts falling to pieces and you're teleported back to Cloud Ruler Temple, the Amulet of Kings in your hand. As the portal dissolves, Jauffre says 'Blades! Pay homage to Martin's champion!' And every single one of them will bow before you.
Stealing an Elder Scroll from the heavily guarded Imperial Palace.
Martin becoming the Avatar of Akatosh, banishing Mehrunes Dagon into Oblivion, and sealing it off forever. Once he reaches the Temple of the One in the Imperial City, he shatters the Amulet of Kings, transforms into a giant flaming dragon, and sends Mehrunes Dagon back to Oblivion before turning into a statute.
There is only one way to make this more awesome. Playing Dragonforce's epic "Through the Fire and Flames" in the background. Hell Yeah.
He didn't necessarily KILL Jyggalag, just kept beating the crap out of him until he calmed down. Which is even more impressive, given that the source of Jyggalag's anger was his betrayal by all of his fellow gods, having the Order which he so loved taken from him, being turned into a being of Chaos (that which his entire purpose for being was to oppose), and being forced to watch himself build monuments to this Chaos, being let free once every era to try and fix what he had done, but only having enough time to destroy it all before reverting and watching himself rebuild it. The player's response? Essentially: "Stop whining, or I'll hit you again."
Also Daedric Lord don't die. They are just banished back to their plane of Oblivion.
Of course, the player isn't fighting a god in the physical realm. The player's fighting a god in his own realm, at full strength.
Completing Shivering Isles' Main Quest and becoming the new Sheogorath.
The scope of the Shivering Isles' awesome crowning requires an elaboration. As a witless stranger, you enter an alien world, ruled by weird rules understandable only to a mad god. There you are recruited by Sheogorath, the Daedric Prince of Madness, as his champion — the only hope for his realm... the culmination of everything that he has worked for and accomplished for an era. One task by one, you struggle to suit your new title and gradually earn the respect and esteem of an entire world. As the world crumbles, you fight the invaders, only to realize that this is all due to Sheogorath's eternal curse to destroy himself every era. In the end, the plan to save the Shivering Isles fails and Sheogorath is transformed into Jyggalag, the god of colorless nothing, set to destroy his own life's work. But you don't give up — you fight. You fight a world-destroying demon-god... and win. For your achievement and contribution to the Shivering Isles and for freeing a god from the curse of eternal suicide, you are raised to godhood. The Shivering Isles had a crowning plot of awesome.
"This individual is not to be trifled with." The game is full of people falling all over themselves to compliment you, but there's no compliment like one passed privately between foes.