Lol, I get you. I'm kind of a similar personality. Me, I'm an inchoate worldbuilder. I love coming up with characters and settings and plot sparks and whatnot. I could sit around all day coming up with X character living in Y culture doing Z things with Q friends. But that's the problem: I can do it all day, but actually writing the dang story never comes up.
Like I said, I don't think Dramatica is designed for creating every individual scene and event. I think it may even be intentionally foggy down there so that you can do exactly what I suggested previously: add or expand scenes! Trying to summon a specific formula out of the murk might just be the wrong idea. To go back to the fencing model, it'd be like trying to plan out every step in advance. At a certain point, your teacher will say, "Honestly, there's no plan. You'll have to change your steps based on your weight and whatever your opponent does. It's something that's a little different each time."
And in that case, "Shut up and write" is really the answer, as much as it sucks to hear it. Or perhaps more nicely, "Don't worry about it; whatever you do is probably gonna be fine." If it's not, you can figure it out afterwards.
EDIT: Oh, though I will take offense to your second sentence. Just because I'm being good cop to Mr. Hull's somewhat-less-good cop doesn't mean he's not a good writer.