On 23 April 1891 during the Chilean Civil War, the Balmacedist torpedo gunboats Almirante Lynch and Almirante Condell entered Caldera Bay and engaged the Congressionalist armored frigate Blanco Encalada. The two ships fired three torpedoes that missed and one that was a dud before the fifth torpedo struck home, sinking the frigate in a matter of minutes. It was the first ironclad warship to be sunk by a locomotive torpedo, and the action spurred the growth of torpedo boats in other navies of the world.
I thought this would be an excellent battle for WC-NAW using the Russo-Japanese War era vessels present in the WW1 database. The Japanese Tatsuta class CLs are fairly close to the torpedo gunboats in terms of size and armament (although the Chilean ships had three 4.7" guns, not two, and 5 torpedoes tubes instead of 4). The Blanco Encalada was a bit harder. She carries muzzleloading guns (her sister Almirante Cochrane would be modernized a few years later with modern breechloaders). In the end, I decided to use the Russian AC Dmitri Donskoi represent her, as she was of similar size and vintage. I edited the speed values of all the ships to reflect those of the Chilean vessels.
The torpedoes carried by the Japanese ships only have a range of 600 yards (which is probably about the same as the ones carried by the Chilean torpedo boats), so getting in close enough to launch can be a challenge.