St. Rupert, Apostle to Germany, 7th Century

He made converts. Hopefully he did not proselytize or impose any fear upon the pagans as to their state of idolatry.

Catholic Online: Tradition states that Rupert was a scion of the Frankish royal Merovingian family.[4] He was also the uncle of Saint Erentrude.

Rupert was bishop of Worms until around 697, when unbelievers in the vicinity of Worms exiled him from the city.[4] He was sent as a missionary to Regensburg in Bavaria. There, he may have first baptized Duke Theodo of Bavaria,[5] whose permission was necessary for further missionary work, and then baptized a number of the nobles. More here.