About the naming convention, what is it exactly that puts you off of it? Names often follow function or are descriptive of the area around them. For instance, I know of a town nearby that is called Portage, because it used to be used in that manner a long time ago.
Also nearby is the town of Vulcan (No lie!).
So im not quite sure what even the point of Morocco being named makes. To me I used that name because it sounds sort of exotic and also conjures images of the area I want to capture. Go to Comment
Telportia in my setting is the last bastion of hope in a zombie apocalypse, the main quest is that the water is running out so a party must leave and find a new source of water. (Its a bit more complex but you get the idea.) Go to Comment
The cliff-hunters ride sheer-stalkers vertically down the cliff faces to reach the nests of birds and steal their eggs for sport. Sheer-stalkers are vicious agile lizards about the size of large komodo dragons. They must be muzzled and harnessed, but even so there have been some nasty incidents...