Logic is about argumentation and justification. It isn't about how you solve a problem. One can use logic to come to a holistic solution to a problem. Look at Sherlock. Thinking of the Benedict Cumberbatch show (as that's the extent of my familiarity) there are instances where Sherlock constructs elaborate ruses, fake investigations and series of events in order to provoke the a character into exposing themselves, taking a certain action, or maybe coming to a conclusion on their own. Sherlock embodies logic, deductive reasoning, supernatural attention to detail and ability to use logic to create causal connections to form conclusions and predictions — and yet he frequently solves problems holistically.
I don't know how to instruct you as to the Dramatica implementation, but hopefully this gives an idea of how logic and holistic problem solving aren't mutually exclusive.