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If you really want to stop using Markdown to write with, then the best solution will be to use a proper conversion tool to turn these into word processing documents, such as DOCX or ODT, and then import that into Scrivener. I don't think (without plugins anyway) that Obsidian has any way of making this easier, but a good general purpose tool for this is Pandoc.
What are some alternatives?
blaze-from-html - A blazingly fast HTML combinator library for Haskell.
xmlhtml - XML parser and renderer with HTML 5 quirks mode
html5-entity - A Haskell library for looking up and validating HTML5 entities
mustache-haskell - mustache implementation in Haskell
cmark - Haskell bindings to libcmark commonmark parser
pandoc-csv2table - A Pandoc filter that renders CSV as Pandoc Markdown Tables.
feed - Haskell package for handling various feed (RSS) formats.
pandoc-include - An include filter for Pandoc
pandoc-japanese-filters - Pandoc filters to treat Japanese-specific markups
hyphenation - Knuth-Liang Hyphenation for Haskell based on TeX hyphenation files
prettyprinter - A modern, extensible and well-documented prettyprinter.